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Annual Catalogue . ♦ ♦ 

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. . . 1897-98 


Annual Catalogue 


State NORMAL School 

Mansfield, Tioga County, Pa. 


Mansfield, Pa.: 

Van Keuren & Coles, Printers, 

J 897. 




Calendar 3 

Board of Trustees 4 

Standing Committees of Board 5 

Board of Instruction and Discipline ... 6 

State Board of Examiners 7 , 

Catalogue ok Students 

Scientific Course 8 ] 

College Preparatory Course 8 

Elementary Course 9 

Course in Music 20 

Course in Art 21 

Summary of Catalogue 81 

Courses of Study 

Elementary Course 22 

Regular Normal Course 88 

Scientific Course 23 

Advanced Normal Course 24 

College Preparatory Courses 24 

Course In Art 25 

Course in Music 20 

Model School Course 27 

Final Examinations and Diplomas .... 28 

Certificates and Degrees 29 

Departments of Instruction 29 

Department of Pedagogy 30 


Departments of Instruction, Continued. 

Department of Language 31 

Department of Mathematics 34 

Department of Physical Science ... 34 
Department of History and Civil Gov- 
ernment 37 

Department of Gymnastics 38 

Department of the Arts 38 

Text Books Now in Use 40 

Prizes and Honors 41 

Expenses 44 

Rates of Tuition for Special Instruction . 45 

Miscellaneous 40 

Library 4(5 

Reading Room 40 

Apparatus and Cabinet 47 

Literary Societies 47 

Lectures and Entertainments 48 

Religious Associations 48 

Athletic Association 48 

Location. Buildings and Grounds ... 48 

How to Reach Mansfield 50 

The alumni 51 


Calendar for 1897-98. 












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June 21- 

June 22- 

June 23- 


-Wednesday Fall term opens. 

-Wednesday Thanksgiving recess begins. 

-Monday School reopens. 

-Friday Fall term ends. 

-Monday Winter term begins. 

-Thursday Holiday recess begins. 


-Tuesday School reopens. 

-Friday Winter term ends. 

-Monday Spring term begins. 

-Monday morning .... Exhibition of Gymnastics. 
Monday afternoon . . . . Junior Class Day exercises. 

Monday evening Model School exercises. 

-Tuesday morning .... Exhibition of Gymnastics. 
Tuesday afternoon .... Senior Class Day exercises. 

Tuesday evening Contests for the Gold Medals 

in Oratory and Composition. 

-Wednesday Annual meeting and banquet of 

the Alumni. 
Wednesday evening . . . Literary exercises by the Alumni 

-Thursday afternoon . . . Graduation exercises. 
Thursday evening .... Annual concert. 


Board of Trustees* 

D. H. Pitts. 

Dr. W. D. Vedder 

Representing the Stockholders. 
Term of office expiree in 1900. 

J. C. Howe. 

C. S. Ross. 

E. L. Sperry. 
F. E. Van Keuren. 

Term of office expires in 1899. 

Jos. S. Hoard. 

Volney Ripley. 

A. M. Spencer. 

Dr. J. M. Barden. 

Term of office expires in ' 

J. A. Elliott. 
H. F. Kingsley. 

Representing the State. 

Term of office expires in 1900. 
David Cameron, Wellsboro. T. H. Bailey, Mansfield. 

Term of office expires in 1899. 
Benton E. James, Montrose. Lee Brooks, Canton. 

Term of office expires in 1898. 

Hon. H. B. Packer, Wellsboro. Dr. F. G. Elliott, Mansfield. 

Officers of the Board. 

D. H. Pitts, President. J. A. Elliott, Secretary. 

Edward H. Ross, Treasurer. 

Honorary Trustees. 

Hon. S. B. Elliott. Peter V. Van Ness. 

Hon. C. V. Elliott. 


Standing Committees, 


C. S. Ross. 

Grounds and Buildings. 
Dr. F. G. Elliott. 

A. M. Spencer. 

Text Books, Apparatus, and Printing. 
J. S. Hoard. J. C. Howe. T. H. Bailey. 

Instruction, and Discipline. 
Dr. j. M. Barden. J. A. Elliott. F. E. Van Keuren. 

H. F. KlNO;LEV. 

F. G. Elliott. 

Executive, and Financial. 
Dr. W. D. Yedder. • E. L. Sperrv. 

Volney Ripley. 

T. H. Bailey. 

D. H. Pitts. 
Benton E. James. 

E. L. Sperry. 
J. A. Elliott. 

Public Relations ol the School. 

Dr. J. M. Barden. Hon. H. B. Packer.' 

Lee Brooks. 
J. C. Howe. 
J. S. Hoard. 

Hon. David Cameron, 
A. M. Spencer. 
H. F. Kingsley. 


Board of Instruction and Discipline* 

S. H. Alisro, A. M. (Brown Univ.), Ph. D. (Colgate Univ. ), Principal. 
Psychology, and History of Education. 

J. P. Breidinger, A. M. (Lafayette College), Vice-Principal. 

W. R. Longstreet, M. E. (Mansfield State Normal School), Principal 

Model School. 
Methods, and Military Tactics. 

I. M. Gayman, M. S. (Lafayette College). 
Natural Sciences. 

G. Clayton Rokertsox, Ph. B. (Cornell University). 
Ancient Languages, and History. 

Irene Campbell Newhouse, A. B. (Cornell University). 
Latin, and Greek. 

Fannie L. Sheldon, Ph. B. (Cornell University). 
Rhetoric, Literature, and German. 

H. J. Van Norman, B. S. (Cornell University). 

English Grammar, and Arithmetic. 

Eliza J. Boyce (Mansfield State Normal School). 

Geography, and Critic in the Model School. 

Grace E. Barnum (Mt. Holyoke College; Posse Gynasium). 

Caroline Sheldon (Cooper Institute). 
Drawing, and Painting. 


Board of Instruction and Discipline — Continued. 

Mrs. Mary A. Jenks (Fredonia State Normal School). 
Critic in the Model School. 

Flora May Russell (Mansfield State Normal School). 
'Teacher in the Model School. 

Moi.lie Tracv Weston, B. F. (Nat. School Flocution and Oratory). 
Elocution, and Oratory. 

Myrtle J. Stone (Mansfield State Normal School; Oberlin College). 
Piano, Singing, Harmony, Theory, History of Music. *• 

Clara H. Merrick. 
Violin, and Piano. 

J. A. Elliott. 


Mrs. J. A. Flliott. 

State Board of Examiners, 

Nathan C. Schaeffer, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 
George P. Bible, Principal, East Stroudsburg. 
M. J. Brecht, Superintendent, Lancaster county. 
T. C. Taylor, Superintendent, Lackawanna county. 
Ebenezer Mackey, Superintendent, Reading. 
T. H. Serfass, Superintendent, Monroe county. 
Charles E. Moxley, Superintendent, Susquehanna county. 
Frank H. Janis, Superintendent, Wyoming county. 


Catalogue of Students, 


Resident Graduates 
Edna Louise Adams, . . . Mansfield, 

Bessie Baldwin, Mansfield, 

Ina Dillistin Barton, . . . Mansfield, 

B. Ellsworth Beach Mansfield, 

Fannie M. Clark, Mansfield, 

Ernest M. Dorsett, .... Mansfield, 
Edith S. Goodall, .... Mansfield, 

Norman C. Gile, Mansfield, 

Julia L. (ioodspeed, .... Mansfield, 

Van V. Howe, Mansfield, 

Ellen Huntington, .... North Bingh 

Mary L. Lewis, Mansfield, 

Edith A. Lownsbery, . . . Canoe Camp, 

Arthur L. Mann, Mansfield, 

Emma E. Miller, Mainesburg, 

Ray Mitchell Millerton, 

C. R. Montgomery Monroeton, 

Jennie Rice Lambs Creek, 

Anna L. Shaw, Montrose, 

John H. Shaw Mansfield, 

Clara L. Tiffany, Nicholson, 

A. H. Updyke, Jackson Summit, 




Resident Graduates. 

James C. Dalton Mansfield, 

Archibald M. Dunsmore, . . Glen Richey, 

Luella Dunsmore, Glen Richey, 

Stella V. Goodall Mansfield, 

Helen E. Leach, Chinchilla, 

George Maxey, Forest City, 

Claude E. Stevens, .... Nelson, 

. Tioga. 

. Clearfield. 

. Clearfield. 

. 'Tioga. 

. 1 .ackawanna. 

. Susquehanna. 

. Tioga. 


Mary Bates, .... 
Urbane J. Burrows, . 
Franchot R. Davis, . 
Robert J. Dunsmore, 
George H. Kittredge, 
Harry M. Lewis, . . 
Dora Helen Moody, . 
John C. Patterson, 
Wistar G. Putnam, . 
Lee P. Stark, . . . 

Under Graduates. 

. Knoxville, Tioga. 

. Stevens ville, .... Bradford. 

. Tioga, Tioga. 

. Glen Richey, .... Clearfield. 
. Tunkhannock, . . . Wyoming. 
. Tunkhannock, . . . Wyoming. 

. Mansfield, Tioga. 

. Glen Richey, .... Clearfield. 

. Tioga, Tioga. 

. Tunkhannock, . . . Wyoming. 

Senior Class. 

Myrtle V. Alexander 
Ella May Baldwin, 
S. Eliza Benedict, 
Edith G. Bennington 
Nellie M. Black, . 
Mary N. Blaksley, 
Ella A. Boland, . 
Harriet Boughtin, 
C. M. Bradford, . 
Edith Lile Brown, 
Maud A. Bush, . , 
Wm. Geo. Butler, 
Lura Cass, . . . 
Albert M. Cochran, 
Melvin Coon, . . 
Esther Campbell, . 
Gertrude Carroll, . 
Lawrence W. Dart, 
R. T. Davis, . . 
Eunice L. Deane, . 
Mary H. DeWitt, . 
Elizabeth Ditchburn 
E. Josephine Doane, 
Harry Dorsett, . . 
Maude O. Doud, . 
Celia Dugan, , . . 

. Forest City, 
. Dixon, . . 
Mansfield, . 
Canton, . . 
Mansfield, . 
Tioga, . . 
Forest City, 
Westfield, . 
Blossburg, . 
Mansfield, . 
West LeRoy, 
Troy, . . . 
Wilkes Barre, 
Morris Run, 
Arnot, . . 
Mansfield, . 
Mansfield, . 
Westfield, . 
Wilkes Barre, 

. Susquehanna. 
. Wyoming. 
. Tioga. 
. Lycoming. 




. Bradford. 



















Senior Class. — Continued. 

Joseph English Peckville Lackawanna. 

May Evans Blossburg, Tioga. 

Walter W. Evans, .... Round Top, .... Tioga. 

Inez B. Kike, Dundaff, Susquehanna. 

Walter R. Fralic, Lamb's Creek, . . . Tioga. 

Louis 1). Fuller, Middlebury Centre, . Tioga. 

Fred H. Caige, 
Helen V. Gallagher, 
Anna M. Cayman, 
Clara S. Goodall. . . 
Eliza Hope Griffith, . 
Lorenzo E. Grinnell, 
Howard H. Gros Jean, 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Wilkes Barre, .... Luzerne. 

Philadelphia, .... Philadelphia. 

Canoe Camp, .... Tioga. 

Towanda, Bradford. 

Stokesdale, Tioga. 

Stokesdale, Tioga. 

Mary E. Hahn, Meshoppen, .... Wyoming. 

Nellie J. Haight, Mansfield, Tioga. 

Leone Hammond, .... Galeton, Potter. 

T. F. Hanahue, . . . . ■ Olyphant, Lackawanna. 

Ella I,. Harte, Carbondale, .... Lackawanna. 

Lora Hillis, Rushville, Susquehanna. 

Nellie Hillis, Rushville, Susquehanna. 

Anna S. Humphrey, . . . Little Meadows, . . Susquehanna. 
Victoria C. Humphrey, . . East Smithfield, . . . Bradford. 

Ray Husted, Mansfield, Tioga. 

Mary F. Jayne, Tunkhannock, . . . Wyoming. 

Wm. O. Jenkins, East Charleston, . . Tioga. 

Ada L. Jones, Mansfield, Tioga. 

Bertha L. Jones, Tyringham, .... Berkshire, Mass. 

John J. Judge, Peckville, Lackawanna. 

Minnie K. Keating, .... Blossburg, Tioga. 

Sarah M. Koon, Lawrenceville, . . . Tioga. 

Minnie Lamkin, Beech Creek, .... Clinton. 

G. Antoinette Lancaster, . . Forksville, Sullivan. 

John C. Marvin, Covington, Tioga. 

Ella McGovern, Herrick, Bradford. 

Edith Middaugh, Somers Lane, .... Tioga. 

Clara R. Miller, Millerton Tioga. 

Hattie A. W. Miller, . . . Snedekerville, . . . Bradford. 

Mary N. Morris, Madison, Morris, N. J. 

Frances Morse, Oswayo, ...... Potter. 

Margaret G. Nash, .... Antrim, ...... Tioga. 


Senior Class — Continued. 

E. Louise Newton, 
Annie Forbes Nicol, . 
Lulu A. Palmer, . . 

F. Blanche Parker, 
Henry J. Parks, . . 
W. Howard Patchen, 
Alice R. Payne, . . 
Sarah J. Peters, . . 
Emma Quackenbush, 
Bert W. Richmond, . 
Ida Mae Sheets, . . 
Walton C. Sheldon, . 
Mattie J. Sherwood, . 
Louis H. Smith, . . 
Grace Atmore Sul lender 
P. J. Sweeney, . . 
Inez Taylor, .... 
Christine Thompson, 
Helen Van Valkenburg, 
Lee A. Voorhees, . . 
Mary E. Walter, . . 
Arthur A. Watkins, . 
Louise E. Watrous, . 
Lizzie O. Webster, 
R. Orlando Welfling, 
Katherine Whippy, 
Minnie A. Williams, 
Agnes W. Wilson, 
Mary A. Wilson, . 
Mae V. Winslow, . ■ 

Brooklyn, . . 
Fall Brook, 
Mansfield, . . 
Westfield, . . 
Plains, . . . 
Covington, , . 
Jackson Summit 
Fall Brook, . 
Tioga, . . 
Mansfield, . . 
Fairdale, . . 
Millerton, . . 
Mansfield, . . 
Shingle House, 
Elkdale, . . . 
Oswayo, . . . 
South Auburn, 
Houtzdale, . . 
Wellsboro, . . 
Mansfield, . . 
Arnot, . . . 
Montrose, . . 
East Smithfield, 
Germania, . . 
Watkins, . . . 
Corning, . . . 
Corry, . . . 
Osceola, . . . 
Spring Hill, 













Tioga. • 













Schuyler, N. 

Steuben, N 





Wm. Leon Albert, 
Elizabeth M. Allen, . 
Leon J. Argetsinger, 
Leon M. Atwood, 
Blanche E. Austin, . 
Lettie E. Austin, . . 


Junior Class. 

Mansfield, . . 
Bentley Creek, 
Mansfield, . . 








LeRay Ayres, . . 
Will F. Aylesworth, 
Ada C. Bailey, . . 
Ralph Baity, . . . 
Victor H. Baker, . 
Fred W. Ballard, . 
Walter S. Bardwell, 
Jennie M. Beardslee, 
Sara M. Bedell, 
Guy Bellinger, . . 
John E. Bennett, 
Peter N. Benson, . 
Herbert E. Bernauer 
Fred J. Bishop, 
Agnes C. Blair, 
Walter A. Blair, 
Mattie D. Bodine, 
Gertrude Bostwick, 
Ford E. Bos worth, 
A. G. Bower, . . 
May Bowker, 
Euphemia B. Boyd, 
Wm. N. Brace, 
Edna F. Bradford, 
Louise Bradford, . 
Lillie Brenckman, 
Lida Brinnen, . . 
Perry A. Brion, 
Ethel Mae Brown, 
Gertrude M. Brown, 
John P. Brown, 
Nellie M. Brown, . 
Martha L. Browne, 
Wm. B. Brownlee, 
Marian G. Bullock, 
Alice M. Butts, . . 
Mary B. Butts, . . 
Michael F. Byron, 
Anna R. Cahill, . 
Blanche Campbell, 

Junior Class — Continued. 

. Job's Corners, . . . Tioga. 

. Blossburg, Tioga. 

. Leona, Bradford. 

Canoe Camp, .... Tioga. 

Elkland, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

, Tunkhannock, . . . Wyoming. 
. Little Meadow, . . . Susquehanna. 

Fairdale, Susquehanna. 

Austin, Potter. 

Landrus, Tioga. 

Austin, Potter. 

Marshfield, Tioga. 

Archbald, Lackawanna. 

Blossburg, Tioga. 

Arnot, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Tioga, Tioga. 

Osceola, Tioga. 

Nelson, Tioga. 

Herrickville, .... Bradford, 

Canton, Bradford, 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Sylvania, Bradford. 

Sylvania, ..... Bradford. 

Hudsondale, .... Carbon. 

Mills, Potter. 

Liberty, Tioga. 

East Lemon, .... Wyoming. 

Somers Lane, .... Tioga. 

Nauvoo, Tioga. 

Nauvoo, Tioga. 

Covington, ...... Tioga. 

Ralston, Lycoming. 

Big Pond, Bradford. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Dushore, Sullivan. 

Wilkes Barre, .... Luzerne. 

Covington, ..... Tioga. 


Leon I. Campbell, 
Fordyce M. Clark, 
Uz V. Clark, . . 
Lena R. Clayson, . 
J. Mara Cloos, . . 
Hugh Clouse, . . 
Lizzie M. Cokely, 
Mattie V. Cole, 
Mary A. Colegrove, 
Prudence Colegrove, 
Elizabeth Coleman, 
Judson O. Coleman, 
Sadie L. Coleman, 
Samuel R. Cooke, 
Alice R. Corcoran, 
Mary J. Cornwell, 
R. Luvinnie Cornwell 
Nellie G. Correll, 
Clara D. Cottrell, 
Margaret G. Cosgrove, 
Myrtle Crandle, . . 
Arthur T. Crittenden, 
Eugene C. Crittenden, 
Ernest H. Cruttenden, 
Grace Cunningham, 
Maggie Dann, . . . 
M. Gertrude Davies, 
Fred E. Day, . . . 
Miles DeCoursey, . . 
Frank E. Deitlin, . . 
Pearl Deming, . . . 
Mary L. DeWitt, . . 
John W. Ditchburn, 
Elizabeth L. Dolphin, 
Reid Dorsett, . . . 
Frank Doughty, . . 
John F. Dwyer, Jr. , . 
Merritt B. Edgeton, . 
Chas. M. Elliott, . . 
Ellis D. Ellsworth, . 

Junior Class — Continued. 

Shunk, Sullivan. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Daggett, Tioga. 

Granville Summit, . . Bradford. 

Lawrenceville, . . . Tioga. 

Wilkes Barre, . . . Luzerne. 

Dimock, Susquehanna. 

Clara, Potter. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Morris Run,' .... Tioga. 

LeRaysville, .... Bradford. 

Honesdale, Wayne. 

Bowman's Creek, . . Wyoming. 

Overton, Bradlord. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Covington, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Archbald, Lackawanna. 

Grover, Bradford. 

Oswayo, Potter. 

, Oswayo, Potter. 

Lamb's Creek, . . . Tioga. 

Wells, Bradford. 

Sylvania, Bradford. 

Cherry Flats, .... Tioga. 

Lamb's Creek, . . . Tioga. 

Liberty, Tioga. 

. Mansfield, Tioga. 

Somers Lane, .... Tioga. 
, Fairdale, Susquehanna. 

Arnot, Tioga. 

Priceburg, Lackawanna. 

. Jersey Shore, .... Lycoming. 
. Morris Run, .... Tioga. 

. Antrim, Tioga. 

. Elk Run, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Vose, Wyoming. 



Junior Class — Continued. 

Claude N. Ely, Wellsboro, Tioga. 

Ernest L. Everitt Trowbridge, .... Tioga. 

Lewis A. Fenton, Broadalbin, .... Fulton, N. Y. 

Mary E. Fitch, Port Allegany, . . . McKean. 

Alice Freeborn, Mansfield, Tioga. 

Ettie B. Friends, Millerton, ...... Tioga. 

Louise E. Friends, .... Millerton, Tioga. 

Vesta A. Fritzsche, .... Liberty, Tioga. 

Fred J. Furman, Rutland, Tioga. 

Herman H. Gaige, .... Jackson Summit, . . Tioga. 

Christian Gerstenecker, . '. Scranton, I.ackawanna. 

Kittie H. Gibson, Mansfield, Tioga. 

Richard Gibson, Mansfield, Tioga. 

Nina A. Gilbert, Mainesburg, .... Tioga. 

Robert G. Gilmore, .... Blossburg, Tioga. 

Judd P. Gleason, Osceola, Tioga. 

Ed. L. Graham, Millerton, Tioga. 

Alice Gray, Mainesburg, .... Tioga. 

Carrie E. Gregory, .... I'rompton, Wayne. 

Lavina R. Guild, Hector, Potter. 

Cora Hakes, Lamb's Creek, . . . Tioga. 

Hattie M. Hall, Mansfield, Tioga. 

Lynn Hall, Mansfield, Tioga. 

J. Blanche Hanyen, .... Rutland, Tioga. 

Clay W. Harkness. .... Springfield, .... Bradford. 

Edith E. Harrer, East Point, Tioga. 

Elizabeth C. Harrower, . . Antrim, Tioga. 

Clarence Z. Head, .... Oswayo, Potter. 

Catherine Heron, Morris Run, .... Tioga. 

James I). Heron, Fall Brook, . •. . . Tioga. 

Herbert T. Hill, Shunk, Sullivan. 

Taylor C. Hinkley, .... Nicholson, Wyoming. 

Katherine Holton, .... Wilkes Barre, .... Luzerne. 

Mary Hopkins, Antrim, Tioga! 

Saidee R. Horton, .... Sugar Run, Bradford. 

Grace D. Hosley, Mansfield, Tioga. 

Thomas B. Hubbard, . . . Sylvania, Bradford. 

Frances Hulslander, .... Burlington, Bradford. 

Nellie S. Hulslander, . . . Sylvania, Bradford. 

Thomas B. Hulslander, . . Sylvania, ..... Bradford. 


Vera Hulslander, . 
Marion Hurlbut, . 
Mary Agnes Hurley, 
Harry A. Husted, 
Margaret C. Jackson, 
Mabel F. Jenks, 
Grace A. Jennings 
Ada H. Jerald, . 
Agnes E. Jones, 
Carrie E. Jones, 
Willard G. Judson 
Elizabeth E. Keefe, 
John N. Keeler, 
Rena D. Kelley, 
Roy Kelly, . . 
George T. Kenyon 
Lulu M. Kohler, 
Bertha Knights, 
F. Halsey Lapham 
Harriet S. Leonard 
Beulah Lewis, 
Maude H. Lewis, 
Rafa E. Lillibridg 
Leon A. Losey, 
Stella S. Lownsbery, 
Mary Lyons, . . 
Belle MacDougal, 
Samuel N. Manley 
Frances D. Mann, 
Nellie R. Margraff 
Angie T. Martin, 
Archie Marvin, ., 
Irene A. Marvin, 
D. J. McAuliff, 
Augusta McCarthy 
Harry D. McConnell, 
]. Rossa McCormack, 
Mary A. McEntee, . 
James A. McGinty, . 
Edward T. McGroarty, 

Junior Class — Continued. 

Sylvania, . . 
Nelson, . . 
Fall Brook, 
Mansfield, . 
Cherry Flats, 
Cherry Creek, 
Wells, . . . 
Mansfield, . 
Mansfield, . 
Potterville, . 
South Auburn 
Kail Brook, 
East Smithfield 
Mansfield, . 
Olyphant, . 
Troy, . . . 
Mansfield , . 
Mansfield, . 
Cherry Creek, 
Westfield, . 
Mansfield, . 
Port Allegany 
Nelson, . . 
Canoe Camp, 
Olyphant, . 
Landrus, . . 
Troy, . . . 
Mansfield, . 
Nelson, . . 
Harrison Valley, 
Covington, . 
Covington, . 
Mardin, . . 
Miners Mills 
Olyphant. . 
Mansfield, . 
Olyphant, . 






Chautauqua, N.Y. 













Chautauqua, N. Y. 


Ingham, Mich. 






















Junior Class — Continued. 

. . Germania, Potter. 

Harrison Valley, 

Charles A. Meissner, 
Porter H. Michael, 
Frederika H. Michelfelde 
Clara J. Miller, .... 

James H. Miller. Millerton 

Harry J. Mold, Blossburg, 

Harriet Monks, Chatham Valley 

Esther Morgan, Jackson Summit 

Louis P. Morris, Mansfield, Tioga 

Rae Morris. Mansfield, Tioga 



r "ioga. 




Eva W. Mott, Port Allegany, 

Edith S. Mudge, Mansfield, 

Peter F. Mullen, Minooka, 

Myrna Myfelt, Somers Lane, 

Andrew Nelson, Canoe Camp, 

Anna A. Nelson, Canoe Camp, 

W. J. Newell, Mansfield, 

Edith B. Newhouse, .... Syracuse, Onondaga, N. 

Elbert C. Nichols, .... Chrystal, Potter. 

Sylvene A. Nye, Rutland, Tioga. 

Ignore O'Connell, .... Antrim, Tioga. 

John A. Oliver, Tunkhannock, . . . Wyoming. 

August Ollendick, .... Throop, Lackawanna. 

Edith M. Park, Osborn, Tioga, N. Y. 

Helen Passmore, Carbondale, .... Lackawanna. 

Prudence Passsmore, . . . Mansfield, Tioga. 

Jennie C. Patten, Olyphant, Lackawanna. 

Maty M. Patterson, .... Arnot, Tioga. 

Evangeline Pitts, Mansfield, Tioga. 

Raymond D. Pitts, .... Mansfield, . . . Tioga. 

Vernie Powers, Mansfield, Tioga. 

Ray M. Powers, Mansfield, Tioga. 

Ada M. Raker Liberty, Tioga. 

E. Lulu Rawson, Tioga, Tioga. 

Michael H. Reap, .... Pittston, Luzerne. 

Alice Richards, Blossburg, Tioga. 

Benjamin Rogers, Hollenback, .... Bradford. 

Louise M. Rogers, .... Mansfield, Tioga. 

William G. Rogers, .... Mansfield, Tioga. 

Harry L. Rose, East Charleston, . . Tioga. 


Junior Class— Continued. 

Dayton Roupp, 

East Point, .... 


Martha R. Sandbach, . . 

Wellsboro, .... 


Edward Saxe, 



George A. Saxton, . . . 

. Granville Centre, . 

. Bradford. 

Chas. F. Schlingmann, 

Wilkes Barre, . . . 

. Luzerne. 

Mary L. Shamalia, . . , 

. Lambertville, . . . 

Hunterdon, N 


M. Jennie Shaw, .... 

Sylvania, .... 


Nellie A. Shaw, .... 

Mansfield, .... 


Ola Q. Sheive, 

Job's Corners, . . 


Jennie E. Sherwood, . . 

Mansfield, .... 


J. Floy Sherwood, . . . 

Mansfield, .... 


Ernest Smith, . . •. . . 

Mansfield, .... 


Ethel M. Smith 

Sherman, , . , . 


Elizabeth M. Smith, . . 



Louis L. Smith, .... 

Millerton, .... 


Louis N. Smith, .... 

Elk Run, .... 


Marie F. Smith, .... 

Mansfield, .... 


Minnie E. Smith, .... 

Shingle House, . . 


C. N. Snyder, 

Nicholson, .... 


Theresa B. Soete, .... 

Honesdale, .... 


Alexander Somerville, . . 

Fall Brook, . . . 


Rexford Soper, . . . 



Clarence C. Squier, . . 

West Nicholson, 


May Squire, 



Percy S. Stark, 

Tunkhannock, . . 


Clella Lucile Stevens, . . 

Harrison Valley, 


Daniel G. Stevens, . . . 

Hammond, .... 


Margaret Stevenson, . . . 

Morris Run, . . . 


Clarence W. Stewart, . . 

Big Flats, . . . 

Chemung, N. 


Nettie M. Stilwell, . . . 


John C. Strange, .... 

Mainesburg, . . . 


Jennie A. Strong, ... 

Springfield, . . . 


Nora L. Styres, .... 



M. Estelle Sweely, . . . 

Rutland, .... 


Belva L. Taylor, .... 

South Auburn, . . . 


Margaret Thomas, . . . 

Wilkes Jiarre, . . . 


Florence Thurston, . . . 



Leaphy A. Tomlinson, 

Mansfield, .... 


Peter Toye, 



Celia A. VanNess, . . . 

Lamb's Creek, . . . 




I.ydia A. VanZile, 
Estelle G. Voorhees, 

Alice J. Waldo, . . 
Martha A. Walker, . 
Elizabeth C. Wandall, 
David Watkihs, . . 
Edward Watson, . . 
Edith Webster, . . . 
Mark A. Webster, 
Edith P. Werline, 
Lyman P. Wetmore, 
Lydia M. Wheeler, . 
Vincent Whittaker, 
John T. Williams, 
L. Scott Willour, . . 
Agnes Wilson, . . . 
Blanche T. Wilson, . 
Gertrude A. Woitwich, 
Merit Wood, . . . 
Frankie R. Youngs, . 
Martie C. Youngs, 
Arthur Zinck, . . . 

Junior Class — Continued. 

Rutland, Tioga. 

Mansfield Tioga. 











Ellisburg, Potter. 

Mainesburg, .... Tioga. 

Liberty, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Peckville, Lackawanna. 

Troy, Bradford. 

Little Marsh, .... Tioga. 

Mansfield Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

East Smithfield, . . . Bradford. 

Daggett, Tioga. 

Daggett Tioga. 

Liberty, Tioga. 

G. A Albert, . . 
Anthony T. Allen, 
Jennie M. Allen, . 
Henry Bach, . . 
Valeda M. Bartlett, 
John G. Borg, . . 
Gertrude M. Brown, 
Shirley A. Brown, 
R. M. Cass, . . . 
Mary G. Clark, 
Jas. H. Cochran, . 
Viall A. Coveney, 
Mary E. Denniston, 
Andrew Dewing, . 


Preparatory Class. 

. Mansfield, . . 
. Bentley Creek, 
. Williamsport, . 
. Germania, . . 
. Mansfield, . . 
. Canoe Camp, . 
. Somer's Lane, 
. Crooked Creek, 
. Canoe Camp, . 
. Lamb's Creek, 
. Paterson, . . 
. Mardin, . . . 
. Waverly, . .' 
. Warrenham, , 













Tioga, N 





Preparatory Class — Continued. 

Frederick C. Dewing 
Ada B. Dunsmore, 
Minnie Fassold, 
Earl J. Ferris, . 
Mark J. French, 
Lew Garrison, . 
Laura Gaylord, 
Lena M. Gillett, 
Nellie B. Gordon, 
Gertrude I. Harrison, 
Alexander Harvey, . 
Sara Hodges, . . . 
Kittie B. Hubbard, . 
Harry L. Husted, 
Ernert P. Inscho, 
Everitt E. Kimball, . 
Grace E. Murdough, 
William J. Neal, . . 
Anna Oldroyd, . ... 
J. H. Cole Palen, . 
Sarah K. Palen, . . 
George L. Palmer, 
Leroy D. Phinney, . 
Josephine M. Pitts, . 
Nettie A. Rice, . . 
Lorenzo Morris Russell 
Bertha M. Sedinger, 
Robert M. Sherman, 
Nellie E. Smith, . . 
Lola I. Sherwood, 
Edith L. Slingerlancl, 
Ross W. Soper, . . 
Ina E. Stout, . .. . 
Myrtle Stull, . . . 
Ernest G. Treat, . . 
Elizabeth K. Towner 
Nan M. Williams, 
Emma D. Woitwich, 
Anna Wood, . . . 
Edward J. Young, 

Warren ham, 
Minooka, . . 
Little Marsh, . 
Mansfield, . : 
Job's Corners, 
Mansfield, . . 
Mansfield, . . 
Tioga, . . . . 
Wilkes Barre, . 
Mansfield, . . 
East Charleston, 
Mansfield, . . 
Canoe Camp, . 
Wellsboro, . . 
Liberty, . . . 
Rutland, . . . 
Johnsville, . . 
Johnsville, . . 
Sullivan, . . . 
Mansfield, . . 
East Charleston, 
Fredonia, . . 
Job's Corners, 
Boise City, . . 
Mansfield, . . 
Mansfield, . . 
Sullivan, . . . 
Rutland. . . . 
Rutland, . . . 
Farmers Valley, 
East Chatham, 
Horncllsville, . 
Mansfield, . . 
Mansfield, . . 
Columbia X Roads 


















Guernsey, O. 



1 hichess, N 

Duchess, N 





Chautauqua, N.Y 


Ada, Idaho. 








Steuben, N. Y. 







Nellie E. Andrus, 
Verna M. Barnes, 
Alice M. Black, . 
Myrtle Clark, . . 
Mae L. Coburn, 
Edna Cogswell, 
Agnes Cunningham, 
Amelia Davis, 
Hattie A. Day, 
Tlieo. M. Doane, 
Dornah Doud, . . 
D. H. Ford, . . 
Maud E. Gates, . 
Matie E. Heyler, 
Nellie M. Hoard, 
Fannie Howe, 
Leah M. Husted, . 
Leona Ingalls, . 
Nettie M. Jenkins, 
Frank Roy Kendrick 
Clara Merrick, . . 
Kline A. Miller, 
Emily C. Minier, 
Viola I. Mitchell, 
Mae H. Neefe, . . 
Irene C. Newhouse, 
Caroline M. Parks, 
Mrs. E. J. Payne, 
Mrs. F. L. Ramsdell 
Wm. D. Ramsdell, 
Eva Reese, . . . 
Leon Reese, . . . 
G. C. Robertson, . 
Mrs. G. C. Robertso 
Mrs. Mary E. Rose, 
Rosemond Sherman, 
Velma Sherman, . 
Llewellyn Shields, 
Mrs. L. Shields, . 
Helen R. Shipman, 


. Austinville, .... Bradford. 

. Mansfield, Tioga. 

. Huntingdon, .... Huntingdon. 

Blossburg, Tioga. 

Tioga, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Wanamie, Luzerne. 

Corning, Steuben, N. Y. 

Austin, Potter. 

Mainesburg, .... Tioga. 

West Covington, . . Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Nauvoo, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Mansfield Tioga. 

Lamb's Creek. . . . Tioga. 

Covington, Tioga. 

Glendower, .... Albemarle, Va. 

Madisonburg, .... Centre. 

Big Flats, Chemung, N. Y. 

Parsons, Luzerne. 

Sweden, Potter. 

Syracuse, Onondaga, N. Y. 

Tioga, Tioga. 

Canoe Camp, .... Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Mansfield, . . . . Tioga. 

Mansfield, Tioga. 

Nicholson, Wyoming. 

Nicholson, Wyoming. 

Mansfield, ..... Tioga. 


Course in Music — Continued. 

Mabel Shipman, Mansfield, Tioga. 

Annie C. Skeele, Waltham, ...... Middlesex, Mass. 

Iva Smith, Big Pond, Bradford. 

Jessie Stilwell, Trowbridge, .... Tioga. 

Charles Strange, Mainesburg, .... Tioga. 

Mabel Stratton, Mansfield, Tioga. 

Mrs. Miriam Wilson, . ". . Mansfield, Tioga. 

Mrs. A. H. Avery, . 
Mrs. J. P. Breidinger 
Mrs. E. D. Cogswell, 
Mrs. Rev. Scofield, . 
Grace M. Stevens, 
Katherine Upham, 

Ruth A. Brown, . . 

COURSE IN ART— Special. 

. Mansfield, Tioga. 

. Mansfield, Tioga. 

. Mansfield, Tioga. 

. Mansfield, Tioga. 

. Hammond, Tioga. 

Neath, Bradford. 


. . . Mansfield, Tioga. 

Nell Elliott, . . ... . . Mansfield, 


Resident Graduates, 

Scientific Course, 22 

College Preparatory Course, . . . 7 
Under Graduates, 

College Preparatory Course, . ... To 

Elementary Course, 

Senior Class 96 

Junior Class, 268 

Preparatory Class, 54 

Course in Music, 

Special not elsewhere catalogued, ... 47 

Course in Art, 

Special not elsewhere catalogued, ... 6 

Course in Gymnastics, 

Special not elsewhere catalogued, ... 2 

Total, Normal Students, 





Model School, 



Courses of Study, 

Four courses of study are provided for the Normal Schools of 
the State of Pennsylvania, as follows: Elementary Course, Regular 
Normal Course, Scientific Course, Advanced Normal Course. 

Preparatory Studies. 

La mg uag e. — Orthography, Readi ng. 

Natural Science. — Physiology and Hygiene. 

Historical Science. — Geography, Political and Physical; History of the 
United States. 

The Arts, — Penmanship, sufficient to be able to explain some approved 
system; writing to be submitted to the Board of Examiners. 

Other studies, as Arithmetic, English Grammar, Algebra, etc., shall be 
added to the Preparatory year, said studies to be selected by each Normal 
School, but the "final" examination in these added branches shall be de- 
ferred till the end of the Junior year. 

Junior Year. 

Pedagogics. — School Management; Method of Teaching the Common 

Language. — English Grammar; Latin, sufficient for the introduction of 
( Isesar. 

Mathematics. — Arithmetic; Elementary Algebra. 

Natural Science. — Botany. 

Historical Science. — Civil Government. 

The Arts. — Drawing, a daily exercise for at least twenty-four weeks, 
work to be submitted to the Board of Examiners; Book-keeping, single 
entry, including a knowledge of common business papers, and a daily exer- 
cise for at least seven weeks; Vocal Music, elementary principles, and 
attendance upon daily exercises for at least twelve weeks. 

Physical Culture. 

Senior Year. 

Pedagogics. — Psychology; Methods of Teaching the Common Branches; 
History of Educaton; Model School Work, at least twenty weeks of actual 
teaching daily (luring one period of not less than forty-five minutes; a 
Thesis on a professional subject. 



Language.— Rhetoric and Composition; English Literature, at least 

twelve weeks' work, including the thorough study of four English classic- 
Latin, Caesar, through the Helvetian War. 

Mathematics.— Plane Geometry. 

Natural Science.— Elementary Natural Philosophy. 

Historical Science. — General History. 

The Arts.— Elocutionary exercises in connection with the study of 
English Literature, Manual Training. 

Physical Culture. 

[Three Years] 

(This Course includes the studies of the Elementary Course, and the 
following branches: A full equivalent will be accepted for any of the text 
books named in this Course. ) 

Pedagogics.— Advanced Psvchology; Moral Science; Philosophy of Edu- 
cation- Methods of Teaching; Practice of Teaching; Pedagogical Works; 
Fcebel, Education of Man; Quick, Educational Reformers; Fitch, Lectures 
on Teaching; School Supervision; School Apparatus; Discussion of Manual 
Training, Physical Culture, etc. 

Mathematics. -Solid Geometry; Plane and Analytical Trigonometry; 


Language.— Latin, Caesar, three books; Virgil's iEneid, three books; 

Cicero, three orations. 

Natural Science.— Chemistry, including Chemistry of Soils; Zoology, 
including Entomology; and Geology. 

Literature.— Higher Literature, English and American, including a 
study of at least four classics. 

[Four Years.] 

(This Course includes the studies of the Regular Normal Course and 
the following branches:) 

Pedagogics.— Logic; Course of Professional Reading, selected from 
regular or advanced Normal Course; a Thesis on a professional subject. 

' Language.— Latin; three books of Virgil's JSneid, three orations of 
Cicero or a full equivalent; (an equivalent of Greek, German or French will 
be accepted for any of the following studies: Virgil, Cicero, Higher Algebra, 
Spherical Trigonometry, Surveying, Analytical Geometry, Calculus, Mathe- 
matical Natural Philosophy and Methematical Astronomy, and an equivalent 
in Latin and advanced work in Natural Science for any of the foregoing 
mathematical studies). 


Mathematics.— Higher Algebra; Spherical Trigonometry and Survey- 
ing, with use of instruments; Analytical Geometry; Differential and Inte- 
gral Calculus. 

Natural Science.— Higher Natural Philosophy; Astronomy, Descriptive 
and Mathematical. 

Historical Science.— English History; Grecian History; Roman His- 


[Five Years.] 
( This course includes the studies of the Scientific Course, and one year's 
additional work in Pedagogics, as follows: A full equivalent will be 
accepted for any of the text-books in the Course. ) 
Psychology.— James, Advanced Course. 

Laurie's Institutes of Education; Rein's Outline of Pedagogy; Herbart's 
Science of Education; Spencer's Education; Rosmini's Method in Educa- 
tion; Davidson's Education of the Greek People. 

Discussion of Methods and Objects of Leading Educators; Frcebel, Pes- 
talozzi, Dr. Arnold, Horace Mann and others. 
Discussion of Educational Theories. 

Education in the United States; Education in Pennsylvania (Wick-- 
ersham); General Survey of History of Public Education in Germany 
France and England. ' 

Advanced work in Language, Mathematics, Natural Science, etc., may 
be taken at the option of the student. 


(These courses have been instituted by this school for the benefit of 
students who desire to pursue a course of study at the college or university 
and they require from one to two years after completing the Elementary 
Course. Students who complete these courses are admitted without exami- 
nation to Cornell University, Lafayette College, Bucknell Uniyersity, and 
Pennsylvania State College.) 

J. Preparatory to a Classical Course. 

English.— Spelling; Reading; English Grammar and Composition- 

History.— History of the United States; Outlines of Roman Historv 
Outlines of Grecian History. 

Geography. -Political and Physical Geography, complete; Ancient 

Physiology.— Martin's Text Book complete, or the equivalent. 




Math km at.cs. -Arithmetic; Algebra through Quadratics; Plane Geom- 

^Latin -Latin Grammar and Reader; Cesar's Commentaries, four 
books; Cicero's Orations, tour against Cataline, and "Pro Archia; V ,rgil s 
/Eneid six books; Latin Prose Composition. 

Gbkkk -Greek Grammar and Reader; Xenophon's Anabasis, lour 
books; Homer's Iliad, three books; Greek Prose. Composition. 
\\, Preparatory to a Latin Scientific Course. 
This Course is the same as the Classical Course, except that for Greek, 
German and Elementary Physics are substituted. 

JJJ. Preparatory to a Technical Course. 
ENousii.-Spelling; Reading; English Grammar and Composition; 

Rhetoric. „ . _. , 

HlST0UY —History of the United States; General History. 
Geography.- Political and Physical Geography, complete. 
Physiology -Martin's Text Book, complete, or the equivalent. 
MATHBMATKs.-Arithmetic; Algebra, complete; Plane and Solid Ge- 
ometry; Plane arid Spherical Trigonometry. 

SwAN.-German Grammar and Reader; William Tell; Mane Stuart. 


Elementary and Freehand Drawing is taught as a regular branch in the 
Elementary Course. 

Special Art Classes. 

A special Course of Art has been arranged, requiring two years of syste- 
matic study, called the Junior and the Senior year in the Course of Art 

The following schedules exhibit these courses of study. An equiva lent 
in some other branch of art work may be substituted for what is here laid 


Junior Year. 

The work in drawing of the Elementary Course or the equivalent; 
flowers, leaves or fruit from the cast or models in relief, in crayon, India 
ink or color; foliage, tree trunks, etc., from nature; oil paintings Iron, the 
flat not including figures; oil paintings from landscapes, flowers, still life, 
etc' from nature; charcoal drawings; crayon work; pastel studies; use 
and qualities of colors, technical terms, etc, on which an examination will 
be given each half-term. 



Senior Year. 
Fragments of the human figure, Iron, the cast, in black and white' 
ES£T£ ::VT ^."^ ' ™> «"•* of color tech^ 

knSo still hfJfl " eX r mati ° n Wi " be ghe " eaeh ha)f *"*>! 
ndscap^, Bt.ll hfe flowers and annuals to be painted in oil irom nature 
also figures; decorative painting. nature, 

Students may enter at any time and take such branches of art as thev 
may choose^ayon, oil, paste], china painting, water color, or dec "„ t ve 
Panting. A class in out-door sketching will be formed in the 

default i 6 ^ T^ laki " g U ' e SeDi0r ° 0UrSe ™* P-- one 

will h V , *' ° U S0,1Je SubjeCt relatin g t0 the fine arts. These 

^l.S: ,V ^ f 00 . 1 ' , EaSe,S aDd ™ous other convenience" 

an provided by the school. A large and varied assortment of studies is 
provided lor the use of the students free. siucues is 

During Commencement week, a public exhibition of the work of the 

«"iLtSr' """" "- "" "°' k - *- "<"* «■> ££ 


The elementary principles of Vocal Music are taught as one of the 
regular branches of the Elementary Course. Students who wish to take 
lessons m Instrumental or Vocal Music, or to take a complete S Tthorolh 
course ,n any department of Musical Instruction, avail thtmselves of the 
excellent advantages offered by the Music Department 

The course of study affords the pupil every opportunity to fit himself 
in the shortest possible time, for an active musical career. Weekly student 
rectals are given m which all students are required to participate. 

II— recitals g,ve the pupil the self control which is absolutelv 
necessary to every musician. ausoiuieiy 

Performing from memory is one of the leading feature, of these 
weekly recitals, as in this way alone the pupil gains a repertory tha f 

practical service to him in after life. repertory that is of 

The musical course not only fits the pupil to play and sing but the 
excellent course m Musical History and Harmony enable him £ "become a 
broad, intellectual musician le ' l 

five^eT^The w a 9 n H 0rte ' C J*"' Vi °' in ' and V ° ice ' are divided ^ 
five grades. The first and second are elementary and devoted to the rudi- 
ment of m„s,c and technical exercises. The third and intermediate grade 
for the further development of musical knowledge and technic. The fourth 
or advanced grade, for a higher degree of intelligence, technic and inter 
preta ion, and the fifth grade, for general musical knowledge necessarv for 
a public performer or a good teacher. S necessary tor 


The study of other instruments requires the same general course on a 
less expanded basis. , Students in the fourth and fifth grades are required 
to give at least three or four satisfactory performances of different works in 
concerts or public recitals. 


One period a 

Reading.— Two periods a day the first and second years, 
day from the second to the eleventh year. 

Writing.— Two periods a day the first year and one period a day there- 
after. After the fourth year two terms each year. Special attention is given 
to this subject in all written work. 

Spelling. —The first year with reading. After the first year as a sepa- 
rate branch one period a day. Exercises in spelling are given in connec- 
tion with all subjects, particularly reading. Poor spelling in any written 
work is noted. 

English < }bammab.— Language Lessons and Composition, oral and writ- 
ten, one period a day to the eighth year. After that the subject is regularly 
and technically taught from a book to the eleventh year including two terms 
of this year. 

Arithmetic— Oral and written are combined the first four years. From 
the fourth year as separate subjects. Oral, three periods a week to the tenth 
year; written, one period a day to the eleventh year including two terms of 
this year. 

Geography.— First two years preparatory work. After the second year 
one period a dav to the tenth year including two terms of this year. 

Natural Science.— Observation Lessons— one period a day first and sec- 
ond years, two periods a week from the second to the tenth year. Hygiene- 
one period a day one term each year to the eleventh year. Botany— one 
term of the eleventh year, one period a day. 

U. S. History.— One period a day the second half of the eighth year 
and the whole of the tenth year. 

Algebka.— The first half of the ninth year and the whole of the elev- 
enth year, one period a day. 

Drawing.— The first year with other subjects only; three lessons a week 
to the fifth year, after that four lessons a week one term each year to the 
tenth year. It is also taught with other subjects during the whole course. 
Vocal Music. — Sixty minutes a week each year. 
Physical Culture. — Sixty minutes a week each year. 
Literature. — With Reading and Language to the eleventh year. 
United States Constitution,— One terra of theeleventh year, one period 
a dav. 


Latin.— Two terms of the eleventh year, one period a day. 
< rENEBAii History.— Thirty minutes a week to the tenth year. 
Book-Kekj'Ing.— One term of the eleventh year. 

Final Examinations and Diplomas, 

Rules for Admission to the Junior and Senior Classes in the Elementary Course. 

1. Admission to the Senior and Junior classes shall be determined 
by the State Board of Examiners at the annual examination by the Board. 

2. In order to be admitted to the Junior class at any State Normal 
School, persons must be examined in the s.ix Preparatory branches named 
and no others; and the examinations in these branches shall be final. 
Those who for any reason were unable to complete the Preparatory exami- 
nation, may be admitted to both the Preparatory and the Junior examina- 
tions at the end of the Junior year. But they must be classed as 
Preparatory students till the final examination in the Preparatory branches 
has been completed. No substitutions or conditions shall be allowed for 
any of the studies required for admission to the Junior class. 

3. In order to be admitted to the Senior class, persons must be ex- 
amined in all the Junior studies, except Methods, and the 
examination in these branches shall bo final. No substitutions or condi- 
tions shall be allowed for any of the studies required for admission to the 
Senior class. 

4. If the faculty of any State Normal School, or the State Board of 
Examiners, decide that a person is not prepared to pass an examination by 
the State Board, he shall not be admitted to the same examination at any 
other State Normal School during the same school year. 

5. If a person who lias completed the Preparatory or the Junior 
studies at any State Normal School desires to enter another State Normal 
School, the Principal of the School at which the examination was held 
shall send the proper certificate to the Principal of the School which the 
person desires to attend. Except for the reason here stated, no certificate 
setting forth the fact of the passing of the Preparatory or the Junior studies 
shall be issued. 

6. Candidates for graduation shall be examined in all the branches 
of the Senior year. They shall have the opportunity of being examined in 
any of the higher branches, including vocal and instrumental music and 
double entry book-keeping; and all studies completed by them shall be 
named in their certificate. 


7. Persons who have been graduated in any course may be examined 
at any State examination in any branches of a higher course, and the 
Secretary of the Board of Examiners shall certify, on the back of their 
diplomas, to the passing of the branches completed at said examination. 

8. A certificate setting forth the proficiency of all the applicants in 
all the studies in which they desire-rto be examined by the State Board of 
Examiners, shall be prepared and signed by the faculty and presented to 
the Hoard. 

Rules Relating to Certificates and Degrees. 

1. Students wdio have completed any one of the foregoing courses 
shall receive a certificate or diploma authorizing them to teach in the 
public schools of the State two years without examination. 

2. Persons who have completed any one of the foregoing courses 
and have taught two full annual school terms since graduation, shall receive 
a certificate or diploma, authorizing them to teach in the public schools of 
Pennsylvania without further examination, provided that they present to 
the faculty and Board of Examiners a certificate of good moral character 
and skill in the Art of Teaching from the Board, or Boards of Directors, by 
whom they were employed, countersigned by the proper Superintendent. 

3. Degrees shall be conferred as follows: 

To graduates in the Regular Normal Course, the degree of Bachelor 
of Elementary Pedagogics (B. E. P.); after two years' successful teaching, 
the degree of Master of Elementary Pedagogics ( M. E. P. ) 

To graduates in the Scientific Course, the degree of Bachelor of 
Science (B. S. ); after two years' successful teaching, the degree of Master of 
Elemeneary Pedagogics (M. E. P.) Graduates of the Scientific Course who 
have engaged in scientific, literary or. professional pursuits, at least three 
years after graduation, may receive the degree of Master of Science ( M. S. ) 

To graduates in the Advanced Normal Course, the degree of Bachelor 
of Pedagogics (B. P.); after two years' successful teaching after completing 
this Course or in the Scientific Course, the degree of Master of Pedagogics 
(M. P.) 

Departments of Instruction, 

The aim of the Normal School is to furnish competent teachers for 
the public schools of the State The mental equipment of a teacher consists 
of (1) knowledge of the subject matter to be taught, (2) knowledge of the 
laws of mental action, and (3) knowledge of those methods of imparting 


instruction and of moving the will which are in most complete harmony 
with the laws of metal action; this last knowledge may be either theoretical 
or practical. With the successful teacher it is both. 

In this school the student receives his knowledge of subject matter 
in his daily study and recitations; he acquires an elementary knowledge 
of the laws of mental action by the study of Psychology. In order to sup- 
ply him with a theoretical knowledge of the best methods of imparting 
instruction and of moving the will, we give regular instruction in Methods 
and School Economy, and History of Education. Finally, to furnish him 
as far as possible, with the needed practical skill, we introduce the Senior 
to the work of actual teaching in the Model School. 

Five recitation periods, weekly, of forty-five minutes each, during the fall term 
(14 weeks) are required of tne Senior class for Psychology. 

The aim is to present the fundamental principles of the science in a manner so 
simple that the student can understand them, and in so practical a light that he may 
see their application in methods. 

The work consists of lectures on the nervous system and special senses; the study 
of the intellect, the sensibilities, and the will, with their relation to each other; the 
analysts or the tnteHect, observing the natural order of development; the special study 
of the intellectual faculties, with their relation to the sensibilities and the will; instinct, 
reflex action and habit. 

History of Education. 
Three recitation periods, weekly, of forty-five minutes each, during the spring 
term (14 weeks) are required of the Senior class for the History of Education. 

The aim is to acquaint the student with the origin and development of the theories 
and methods which he has adopted, to awaken in him an interest in the personal his'oiy 
and character of the great educators of the past, and, in general, to give him more 
intelligence and a deeper interest in matters pertaining to his profession. 

The work consists of a study of selections from Compayre's History of Pedagogy 
and lectures on the History of Education in America. 


Two recitation periods, weekly, of forty-five minutes each, for one-half term (7 
weeks) are required of the Post Graduate classes for Logic. 

The aim is to acquaint the student with the exact use of terms, the classification 
of propositions, the rules of the syllogism and the different kinds of reasoning. 

Moral Science. 

Two recitation periods, weekly, ot forty-five minutes each, for one term (14 weeks) i 
are required of the Post Graduate classes for Moral Science. 

The aim is to study some of the most prominent theories of different philosphers 
in -eaara to the Standard of Ethics, the Psychological basis ot these theories, and to 
consider a rational system of practical Ethics. Instruction is given by lectures. 

S. H. ALBRO. Instructor. 


Model School. 

The Model School comprises the public school of the town It is divided into 
eleven grades, and embraces Primary, Intermediate, Grammar and Academic studies 

The design of the school is to give our students an opportunity to put into practice 
the theory and methods of instruction received in the course of professional work 

Forty-two weeks or more of practice work is required of each Senior who does 
Ins work under the constant direction of the critic teachers of this department A single 
term of this practice will do more for a student-teacher than years of school-room work 
without advice or criticism. 

Once each week the student teachers meet with the critic teachers to hear criti- 
cism on their work. Individual criticisms are made and suggestions offered as needed 

Each student-teacher is also appointed critic for a definite period of time A 
written report of his observations is then handed to the critic teachers for inspection 
and whatever is particularly worthy of note, or subject to criticism, is afterward 
discussed before the class. 

The methods, the language, power of scouring and holding attention, discipline 
manner, and teaching power, are noted and errors criticised. 

Earnest effort is made to impress the fact that a poor disciplinarian cannot succeed 
in the school-room, and every principle relating to discipline is seriously and carefully 
discussed. During the year there are Senior class exhibitions of teaching after which 
each student has an opportunity to make criticisms or ask advice. 


Two recitations periods, weekly, of forty-five minutes each, during the vear are 
required of the Senior class for methods. 

The aim is to discuss the best methods of teaching each or the branches taught in 
common schools, and to discover the psycological basis of the methods recommended 
This course in Methods is designed to be the study of applied Psychology and at the 
same time, a preparation for the duties of the school-room. 

Three recitation periods, weekly, of forty-five minutes each, during the whole vear 
are required of the Junior class for Methods and School Economy. 

The aim is to furnish students who may teach school before entering the Senior 
class with such an empirical knowledge of Methods, and such practical hints in regard 
to the management of a school, as he is most in need of as a preparation for his work 

W. R LONGSTREET, Principal of Model School' 


This department aims to give the student a thorough knowledge of the dictionary 
and its many uses, including correct pronunciation, and the diacritcal marking of 
words; to enable him to read understanding^, intelligently and with ease and to teach 
reading by the best methods. 

The books now in use are Harper's Fifth and Sixth Readers, and McGuffev's Fifth 

The plan pursued is to drill upon special selections, requiring students to give them 
before the class. Students are also required to prepare articles of their own selection 
and to present them before the class for criticism . 

The powers of imagination and description are encouraged and cultivated bv the 
reproduction in writing of articles read or Heard, and by the description of mental 
pictures produced by reading. 



English Grammar. 
For the Junior work in Grammar, two classes are formed requiring one and two 

^ ^bo^uinor- and »ory classes, one recitation weekly is devoted to .the 
study of letter writing and to practical composition work generally and toward he close 
of the term the student is required to hand in a satisfactory essay upon a sn&ject a* 

8ign tr a Carmay r bede n nedas the science of language andthc ,art of expression It 
is the aim of this department that neither branch of the subject shall be neglected. All 
wi agree that tins study should be made practical, and that ability to speak and write 
Tor ectly should be the end chiefly sought. Of scarcely less importance, however, is the 
stiX consklered as a science, inasmuch as practical grammar, or language lessons, 
r^teont^e principles of grammar. Besides, as a means of mental discipline, few sub- 
jects are so valuable as technical grammar. ' 

Especial attention is given to the following topics: Declensions, principal parts ot 
verbs forms of conjugation, analysis and the correct use of words in sentences, 
vei os. iorms 01 couj s ^ ^ van NORMANi instructor. 


Five recitation periods, weekly, of forty-live minutes each, during one term, are 
reouired of the Senior class for Rhetoric. 

The subject is taught with a view to its practical use. It was taken up in the fol 
lowing manner? First, Punctuation, at the end of which the student is supposed to be 
am Ua^with he important principles. Second. Diction, under which sentences IUub- 
tmng the right use of words are considered, together with synonyms. Third, the 
different kinds of sentences, together with their appropriateness for the expression of 
fferent k nds of thought. Fourth, rules for the construction of sentences m regard to 
larnetemphais, unity, strength, harmony. Fifth. Figures. Sixth, some of the 
snTc'aTnropert es of style. Seventh, Versification. Eighth. Poetry. After the principles 
involved Tr^ i the TarioJ "styles of composition, essays are required, descriptive, narrative, 
expository or argumentative in character. 

English Literature. 
Five recitation periods, weekly, of forty-five minutes each, during one term, are 
reouired of the Senior class for English Literature. 

Ms subject is taught with a view to giving the student a due appreciation of he 
best in e history of the language. In the limited period of fourteen weeks only the 
most important authors of the different epochs are considered; but around these, as far 
as poS are grouped the minor writers. The subject is begun with the development 
ol tta language fron the Anglo-Saxon. The life of an author is studied with the pur- 
nose o causing the student to know the man, and, through him, his style. In order to 
become familiar with his style, extracts from different productions are read. Some 
attention is given to the political condition of the times, the general condition of the 
country an Lto the leading events of English history. A proportionate amount of time is 
given to American authors. ANNIE CAMERON ROBERTSON, Instructor. 

Elementary Course— Junior Year. 

Five recitation periods, of forty-five minutes each, weekly, during two terms, 

required of Juniors. Outline of work; 



Roman method of pronunciation; declension of nouns, pronouns, adjectives, parti 
ciples; comparison of adjectives and participles; conjugation of regular verbs and of 
sum, principal rules of syntax of nouns, pronouns and adjectives. 
Elementary Course— Senior Year. 

Five recitation periods, of forty-live minutes each, weekly, during the year, re- 
quired of Seniors. Outline of work: 

B. Translation of tire "Helvetian War" (Commentaries, Book 1, chapters 1-20); 
Syntax of nouns, pronouns, and adjectives completed; uses of the Indicative, impera- 
tive. Infinitive, and subjunctive modes; conjugation of irregular verbs; English deriva- 
tives; the life and times of CSBsar; the Roman legion; geography of Gaul. 

A. Honor Section: Students, who have passed (b) in the fall term with distinction 
and show marked ability in Latin, will be elected members of the Honor Section. The 
aim will be to read more Latin, and to give the students the power to read intelligently 
without translating. Translation at sight and hearing will be emphasized. The extra 
work done will count in the College Preparatory Course. 


First Year— Whitney's German Grammar and Reader. 

Second Year— Schiller's "Wilhelm Tell;" Goethe's "Hermann and Dorothea." 

Post Graduate Course. 

Cesar's Commentaries: — Four Books. Life and character of Csesar; the Roman 
art of war; outline map of Gaul, locating the principal tribes and battle grounds; a 
careful study of grammatical principles illustrated in the text; drill in sequence of 
tenses, indirect discourse, formation and derivation of Latin words. Translation at 
sight and hearing. 

Ciceeo's Oeations:— Four against Cataline, and that for the poet Archias; the life 
and times of Cicero; topography of Rome; occasion and object of each oration; study 
of Latin synonyms. 

Viecsil's iENEiD;— Six Books. Virgil's life and position as a' poet, epic poetry; 
poetic construction; figures of speech; prosody; careful study of all mythological and 
historical references; outline map, showing position and name of the various points vis- 
ited by ^Eneas, famous quotations and proverbs from Virgil. 

Latin Composition:— Bennett's Latin Composition, complete. 


Grammar.— Laws of quantity and accent, rules for euphony, regular declension of 
nouns, adjectives, participles and pronouns, formation and composition of adverbs, 
regular comparison of adjectives, irregular comparison, formation of verb stems, regu- 
lar conjugation, contract verbs, more common mi verbs, thorough drill on the principal 
parts of irregular verbs, syntax of substantive, adjective and verb forms, the use of 
the subjunctive and optative modes. ■ 

Anaeasis.— Four books. Life of Xenophon. history of the period, Greek art of war, 
geography of the route of the " ten thousand," drill in etymology and syntax. 

Iliao.— Three books. Homer, the story of the Iliad, Homeric forms and syntax, 
miles of prosody, hexameter verse, mythology, figures of speech, comparison of Attic 
and Homeric forms. 

Greek Composition.— Jones's Exercises in Greek Prose. 

Jones's Exercises in Greek Composition, complete; translating English into Greek 
illustrating regular constructions and idioms; sentences to be corrected and copied into 
a composition book. G. CLAYTON ROBERTSON, Instructor. 



In Arithmetic three classes are formed, requiring one, two and .three terms, re- 
spectively, to complete the subject. Two recitations a week, or their equivalence, will 
be devoted to the subject of mental arithmetic. 

The most advanced class begins at Ratio, the second class at Percentage, and the 
third class at Fractions. 

Special attention is given to some parts of the Arithmetic; for example, Fractions, 
Denominate Numbers, Measurements, Longitude and Time. Pure Percentage and its' 
various application of Profit and Loss, Commission, Interest, Discount and Taxes. On 
the other hand there are some parts of the arithmetic, which are seldom or never used 
after leaving school; as Equation of Payments, Averaging Accounts, Savings Banks Ac- 
counts, Alligation, Annuities, Partial Payments, Circulating Decimals, and Arbitration 
of Exchange, which are omitted altogether. 

In recitation each topic under discussion is developed by a direct appeal to the 
reason without reference to any formal rule, while the rule is made use of only as a 
general deduction drawn from the solution of concrete examples. 

H. J. VAN NORMAN, Instructor. 
1 he Junior Course requires Elementary Algebra complete. All principles are dem- 
onstrated and thoroughly discussed. Special attention is given to the following sub- 
jects: Factoring, Newton's Binomial Theorem, Square and Cube Root, the Solution of 
Quadratic Equations, and Proportion. 

Higher Algebra. 

Daily recitations for two terms of fourteen weeks each are required to complete 
this subject. 

Plane Geometry. 

Plane Geometry is a Senior study, and two terms of fourteen weeks eacli are 
required to complete it. The classes have a recitation period of forty-five minutes each, 
daily. Special attention is given to the demonstration of original propositions, and the 
solution of problems. 

Solid Geometry. 

Solid Geometry is a term study. Recitations occur daily. In Solid Geometry as in 
Plane, demonstrations and solutions of original propositions and problems are required. 

Plane Trigonometry and Surveying. 

Many practical problems involving trigonometrical functions are solved. Demon- 
strations of the Formulae are required. The classes are give 1 drill in the applications 
of Plane Trigonometry to Surveying. The transit and othor necessary instruments are 
explained. Surveys are mapped and areas computed. 

J. P. BREIDINGER, Instructor. 


The course of study in Physical Science lias for its aim: 

1st. To lead the student to acquire the power and habit of accurate observation 
of the facts of nature, and the ability to draw from these facts legitimate inferences as 
o their causes and relations, 



2d. To afford training in the expression, oral and written, of the student's con- 
clusions in clear and forcible language. 

3d. To relate everything, as far as possible, to the student's former and present 
experience. * 

4th. To make the work as elementary as may be, with a view to the student's use 
of it in teaching. 

The subjects constituting the course are as follows: 
-r Preparatory Course. 

Physiology— One term. 

Geography (Descriptive and Physical)— Two terms. 
Elementary Course. 

Physics— Two terms. 

Botany— One term. 

Post Graduate Course. 

Physics— Two terms. 

Chemistry— One term. 

Geology— One half term. 

Astronomy— One term. 

Zoology— One half term. 

The Junior class receives as a part of the course in methods a course of about 
twelve lessons in Natural History with special reference to classifying the objects with 
which they may be familiar in the animal, plant and mineral kingdom. 

Geography — Descriptive and Physical. 

The particular aim in view in the study of Descriptive Geography, is to fix in the 
mind such knowledge as the student may already have, and as far as possible, relate 
such knowledge to his every-day experiences. 

The topical method is used in teaching, and the following summary of topics may 
indicate the ground covered. 

1. The form, size, and motions of the earth. 

3. Directions, positions, and measurements. 

3. Land masses, continental and insular, with their groupings. 

4. Oceanic and inland waters. 

5. Political Divisions— comparison with United States. 
0. Routes of commerce, communication and travel. 

7. A more thorough and complete study is made of the United States and Penn- 

Physical geography is restricted to the physical features of the earth, and the ani- 
mals and plants which live upon its surface. 

ELIZA J. IiOYCE, Instructor. 

Physiology and Hygiene. 

A finely mounted skeleton, complete, and a valuable manikin from the best French 
manufactory, have recently been furnished to the school. A complete outline of the 
work required in tins department may be obtained on application to the Principal. This 
includes the study of Bones, Articulation. Muscles, the Vascular, Respiratory, Digestive 
and Nervous Systems, Elimination, Animal Heat and the Special Senses. In considera- 
tion of each of these subjects, special attention is given to the Hygiene of the hodv. 

Special Physiology is given Seniors in Physical Training Department. 



The students of the Senior class study Physics during the fall and winter terras. 
The course consists of a series of experiments from Gage's introduction to Physical 
Science, selected with reference to ease of comprehension, and to illustrating the main 
principles and practical applications of the science. 

These experiments are performed hy the teachers, questions asked which lead the 
student to observe closely the conditions and results, and he is expected to draw his own 
inferences and state them in his own language. The student is expected to he familiar 
with the text, and questions and problems are given to test his knowledge. Each student 
then writes in his note book a description of the experiments, illustrating eacli by a 

The work of Physics in the Post Graduate course is along the same line but more 
extended, and the students perform a series of experiments. 


Botany is studied by the Junior class during the spring term, about half of the 
time being devoted to the study of the text book and the remainder to the practical 
work of describing, analyzing, and preparing specimens for a herbarium. The student 
is instructed to plant a window garden with several kinds of seeds and study their mode 
of germination and growth, making in his notebook a record of his observations. 

Each student prepares a herbarium of at least twenty-five specimens of plants 
mounted on card board, together with mounted specimens of leaves and stems, illustrat- 
ing all of the forms of simple and compound leaves and the different kinds of phyllo- 
taxy, in this way he gets an accurate and adequate acquaintance with the plants of the 
region and a working knowledge of plants in general. 


The Scientific class study Zoology one half term. The method is, as far as 
possible, from practical observation. Specimens illustrating the different classes of 

animals are dissected by the student, their structure examined, and descriptions and 
drawings made in note books. 

The classification and characteristics of the animals are studied and lists made by 
the student of all the animals with which he is familiar, putting each in its proper 
place in the classification. 

Morphology and the development from the egg are studied in the living specimens, 
together with the different tissues which go to make up the animal structure. 

The doctrine of evolution and the criteria by which we judge the animal's rank are 
studied; the theory of instinct; the voluntary and the automatic movements; the organs 
with their functions, adaptations, correlations and analogies. 


The students of the Scientific course give one half term to the study of Geology. 

For this study the school is especially well equipped. Our cabinet contains one of 
th« finest collections arranged to illustrate Lithology and Historical Geology. Besides 
the study of this the students make frequent excursions in the surrounding region to 
examine the structure and arrangement of the rocks and to collect specimens for their 
own cabinets. These they study, classify, label and arrange in a space set aside for 
them, thereby acquiring the ability to recognize the kinds of rocks when they come 
under their observation, and forming a nucleus for a more extensive collection. 

The effect of frost in aiding to disintegrate the rock, and of rivers in eroding their 
banks and depositing detritus and silt, are well illustrated by the rocks and streams in 
this section, which are visited, examined and discussed by the students. 




One term is spent by students of the Scientitlc ana Post Graduate courses in the 
study of Chemistry, the first half being devoted to chemical theory and the more com- 
mon elements with their properties, and»symbols, and the equations representing their 
reactions. A sufficient number of selected experiments are performed by the teacher 
to illustrate the text. The latter half of the term is spent in individnal work. The 
student performs a list of experiments recommended by the Committee of Ten for sec- 
ondary schools, and writes a description of these, together with the equations repre- 
senting the chemical reactions, in his note books. 

Frequent quizzes and examinations are held to test his ability and accuracy. 


One term is spent by students of the Scientific and Post Graduate courses in the 
study of Astronomy. 

The student is expected to acquire a correct notion as to the simpler methods and 
results of astronomical research. He acquaints himself with the facts as given in the 
text book and verifies them as far as possible, observing the heavens, noting the posi- 
tions and movements of the planets, and brighter stars, and tracing the principal con- 
stellations. The uses of the telescope and spectroscope are explained and illustrated. 

The more important statistics are learned, the theories to account for the origin 
and structure of the universe, and the laws of planetary and cometary motions. 

I. M. GAYMAN, Instructor. 

American History, Including Civil Government. 

B'ive recitation periods, weekly, of forty-five minutes each, for twenty-one weeks, 
is required of the Junior class in American History, and seven weeks in Civics. 

The chief object before the teacher is to create in the student a desire for the 
study of history. The attempt is made through the narration of comparative accounts 
of different authors, debate, map-drawing, relics, short sketches, etc. Causes and effects 
are considerec. The study of biography is made prominent. Some attention is given to 
the related events of English History. The subject is taken up in the following natural 
order: Explorations, colonizations, inter-colonial wars, the revolution, Presidentia 
administrations, civil war, events of later history. 

Civil Government. 

Five recitation periods, weekly, of forty-five minutes each, for half term (T weeks), 
are required of the Preparatory class for Civics. The subject is taken up as a supplement 
to History of the United States. 

The course attempts a thorough analysis of the Constitution of the United States, 
a comparison between the National government and the government of the states, and 
of foreign countries, and a discussion of the principles of government, and of the reason 
for the provisions of the constitution, and of the current events relating to Civics. 

General History. 

Five recitation periods, weekly, of forty-five minutes each, during a half-year (21 
weeks), are required of the Scientific and Post Graduate classes for the study of General 


This subject is taken up in much the same manner as is United States History. 
Under Ancient History a brief account of the following countries is studied: Egypt, 
Babylonia and Assyria, Phoenicia, Judea, Media and Persia, India, China, Greece and 


Rome. In connection with the two latter some attention is given to the classic writers, 
together with manners and customs. 

The principal facts in Mediaeval History are grouped around the rise of the Sara- 
cens, the Frankish Kingdom, the modern nations, Italy, the Crusades, Moors in Spain, 

Under Modern History the leading events of the sixteenth century are clustered 
around Charles the Fifth of Spain, the rise of the Dutch Republic, the Civil-Religious 
wars of France, the Tudors in England, etc. 

Under the seventeenth century are considered the "Thirty Years' War," the history 
of France, England under the Stuarts; in the eighteenth century Peter the Great, and 
Charles the Twelfth of Sweden, the growth of Prussia under Frederick the Great, Eng- 
land under the House of Hanover, the French Revolution; in the nineteenth century the 
history of the following countries is taken up in order: France, England, Germany, 
Italy, Turkey, Greece, the Netherlands, Japan. 



The system taught is the Swedish Gymnastics. All students are required to take 
regular lessons< unless excused on account of some organic disease. Gymnastic work is 
primarily for the weak, not for those already strong. The work is so adapted as to Dene- 
fit all and injure none. 

Gymnastics has its place in the school curriculum, not only for the improvement 
and maintenance of the health of the pupils, hut also for its distinctive educational 
effects. The equal development of the cerebral hemispheres, the cultivation of concen- 
trated attention, and of volition and courage, are possible to the teacher of educational 

Each day's exercises will consist of introductions, arch flexions, heaving (hanging) 
movements, balance movements, shoulder blade movements, marching and running, 
abdominal exercises, lateral trunk movements, slowing movements, jumping and vault- 
ing, respiratory exercises. 

In addition to the practical work in the gymnasium, lectures on the theory and 
method of gymnastic work are required of all members of the Senior class. 

Also teaching of gymnastics in the Model School is required of Seniors, under the 
supervision of the director of gymnastics. 

All pupils will be obliged to wear clothing suitable for the gymnasium— divided 
skirt and loose blouse for the ladies, and a negligee shirt for the men, and rubber soled 
shoes for all. 

A certificate will be required from every pupil from some physician stating 
whether he or she has any heart trouble or other organic disease. 

ANNIE C. SKEELE, Instructor. 


Five recitation periods, weekly, of forty-five minutes each, for at least twenty-four 
weeks, are required of the Junior class for Drawing. 

The course includes outline and shaded drawing of type solids, and original group, 
lngs of same; drawings of objects and buildings to illustrate Drmciples taught by solids; 
working drawings; kindergarten work, including clay modeling, and charts showing 
examples of paper cutting, folding and weaving, stick laying and harmony of color; 
rules of light and shade: perspective, its principles and practical applications; plans of 


buildings; groups of geometrical solids ana vases in applied perspective; freehand; 
foliage from nature; methods of teaching drawing; technical terms; blackboard illus- 
trations; designing. ■ JULIA AUGUSTA SUCESE, Instructor. 


The time required of the Preparatory class for Penmanship is not specified. A 
definite amount of \vorlc must be accomplished. 
The classes observe the following: 

1. Suitable and healthful position of body. 

2. A proper method of pen-holding. 

3. A movement regular, and as free as is consistent with good form. 

4. A neat and business-like arrangement of the matter written. 

Due attention is given to proportions, classifications, analysis of letters, etc., and 
special drill lessons are given in movements and methods of teaching. 


Five recitation periods, weekly, of forty-five minutes each, for one-half term (7 
weeks), are required of the Preparatory class for Book-keeping. 

The following is an outline of the work: 

Definitions and illustrations. 

Forms of accounts. 

Debit and credit. 

What an account shows. 

Closing an account. 

Special forms. 


Checks, notes and drafts. 

Students are required to present for examination a set of books containing such 
exercises as the teacher shall designate. 

Vocal Music. 

The students are required to pass a satisfactory examination in the elementary 
principles of Vocal Music. This requires a thorough knowledge of all the Scales, Keys. 
Signatures, Clefs, different kinds of Measures, Notes, Rests, etc. They must be able to 
write easy exercises in any key, and to transpose any one key into any other key. A 
knowledge of the Tonic Sol Fa system is also required. Seniors will be required to give 
instruction in this as in other subjects in the Model School. 

H. E. COGSWELL, Instructor. 



Text Books Now in Use, 


Junior Year. 

School Economy — Lectures. 
Reader — Harper, McGuffey. 
Geography, Political — Barnes. 
Penmanship— Spencerian. 
Drawing — White. 
English Grammar — Maxwell, 

and Kellogg. 
Latin Grammar — Bennett. 


Latin Reader — Collar and Daniels' 

Beginners Latin Book. 
Physiology — Martin. 
History — Barnes. 
Civics — Peterman. 
Algebra — Robinson. 
Arithmetic — Milne. 
Book-keeping — Gay. 
Speller — Merrill's. 

Senior Year. 

Psychology — Lectures. 
Methods of Teaching — Lectures. 
History of Education — Payne's Com- 

Rhetoric — Lectures. 
English Literature — Shaw. 
General History — Myers. 

Latin Grammar — Bennett. 

Ciesar — Kelsey. 

Geometry — Went worth. 

Physics — Gage. 

Botany— Gray's School and Field. 

Political Economy — Laugh lin. 

Scientific and College Preparatory Courses. 

Moral Philosophy — Lectures. 

Virgil — Allen and Greenough. 

Cicero — Kelsey. 

Latin Composition — Bennett. 

Greek Grammar — Goodwin. 

Greek Reader — White's Beginner's 

Greek Book. 
Greek Composition — Jones. 
Anabasis — Kelsey. 
Iliad — Seymour. 
German — Whitney. 

General History — Myers. 
Logic — Jevons. 
Chemistry — Remsen. 
Geology — Dana. 
Astronomy — Young. 
Zoology — Holder. 
Natural Philosophy— Appleton. 
Higher Algebra — Appleton. 
Solid Geometry — Went worth. 
Trigonometry and Suryeying 



Prizes "and Honors, 

For excellence in scholarship, during the year 1897-98, four 
prizes are offered, as follows: 

1. A prize of $25 to the student who makes the highest average 
standing in all the subjects of the Senior year in the Elementary 
course. Limited to under graduates. 

2. A prize of $20 to the student who makes the second highest 
average standing in all the subjects of the Senior year in the Elemen- 
tary course. Limited to under graduates. 

3. A prize of $25 to the student who makes the highest average 
standing in all the subjects of the Junior year in the Elementary 

4. A prize of $20 to the student who makes the second highest 
average standing in all the subjects of the Junior class in the Elemen- 
tary course. 

All these prizes are offered with the following conditions: (1) 
there must be in every case at least two competitors; (2) no prize will 
be awarded except for meritorious work. 

The prizes offered last year were awarded as follows: 

The prize of $25 to the student who made the highest standing 
in Greek, to Louise E. Watrous, of Montrose, Susquehanna county. 

The prize of $25 to the student who made the highest average 
standing in all the subjects of the Senior year in the Elementary 
course, to Louise E. Watrous, of Montrose, Susquehanna county. 

The prize of $20 to the student who made the second highest 
average standing in all the subjects of the Senior year in the Elemen- 
tary course, to Lora Hillis, of Rushville, Susquehanna county. 

The prize of $25 to the student who made the highest average 
standing in all the subjects of the Junior year in the Elementary 
course, to Eugene C. Crittenden, of Oswayo, Potter county. 


The prize of $20 to the student who made the second highest 
average standing in all the subjects of the Junior class in the Elemen- 
tary course, to Mattie D. Bodine, of Mansfield, Tioga county. 

The Board of Trustees have authorized the presentation of two 
gold medals for excellence in oratory and original compositions 
respectively. These medals are to be awarded annually to the two 
members of the Senior class who shall become entitled to them by the 
decision of three competent judges. The contests for the medal in the 
class of 1897 were held in Alumni Hall, June nth and 12th. 

The medal for oratory was awarded to Edith Glenn Bennington, 
of Williamsport, Lycoming county. 

The medal for original composition was awarded to Arthur A. 
Watkins, of Arnot, Tioga county. Following are the programmes: 


High Tide on the Coast of Lincolnshire ,„„,„ 

^ , T , „ S. Eliza Benedict. mgeiow 

The Victor of Marengo 

„. „^, „ „ Fr ea Gaige. 

Child s Dream of a Star Charles Dickens 

Inez Fike. 

ale ;,.:•;, ••■„■■-. Robert Browning 

_ _ , , „. Edith Glenn Bennington. 

The Ruggles' Dinner Party s Kate D . wi ,,„ m 

Inez Taylor &&*** 

The Light From Over the Range .......'..' 

_. . „ Walter R. Fralic.' 

The Boat Race n ,, T „ . 

_■ • ■ • ■ O.W.Holmes 

, . r .„ Lora HUhs. 
ToussaintLOuverture Wendell Phillips 

The Diver Lee Voorhees - 

ine Diver . Schiller 

Agnes W. Wilson. 
Judges— Superintendent Leigh R. Hunt, of Corning, N. Y.; 
Mrs. A. C. Weston, of Brooklyn, Pa., and Hon. J. T. McCollom, of 
Troy, Pa. 


Discouragements of Students Margaret G. Nash 

Higher Education of Women Minnie Williams 

The Study of Biography Melvin Coon 

Architects of Fate Editn Mi(W „ 

True Magnanimity Rudolph Orlando Welfling 

Object Lessons Louise E. Watrous 

The Arbitration Treaty T. F. Hanahue 

No Cross, No Crown" Will George Butler 

™ -■? 6 Nellie Hillis 

The Bituminous Coal Miner Arthur Watkins 



Judges— Mrs. A. C. Weston, of Brooklyn, Pa.; Miss Minnie 
Robertson, of Cherry Creek, N. Y., and Mr. A. B. Hitchcock, of 
Knoxville, Pa. 

Some of the Programmes of Commencement Week. 

The ten members of the Junior class whose average standing is 
highest are placed on the programme of Junior class day exercises. 
Following is the programme for 1897: 


The Present Eugene Crittenden, President of the Class 

The Nations: 

Egypt Mattle Bodine 

Chaldea Alice Richards 

Judea Ada Bailey 

Greece Kittie Gibson 

Rome Harry Mold 

Germany Frank Deitlen 

Music— National Hymn of Germany. 

France j. Floy Sherwood 

Music— National Hymn of France. 

England May Bowker 

United States Jennie Strong 

Music— America. 
Class Song— Words and Music by Martha R. Sandbach. 

Senior class day exercises took place in Alumni Hall, Tuesday, 

June 15. Following is the programme: 

Class Poem '. . Helen Van Valkenburg 

President's Address— The Progress of Free Instruction Lora Hilli g 

Mantle Oration— Procrastination Maud A. Bush 

Response-Iron Will Leon Argetstnger, '98 

Class Will Inez Taylor 

Class History Wa Sheets 

Class Prophecy Edltll Bennington 

Class Song 

The programme of the literary exercises at the Alumni reunion, 

Wednesday, June 16th: 

Vocal Solo John R. Davles, '95 

President's Address 

Address of Welcome Uht.Q. Clayton Robertson 

Response . . . Mr. M. F. Cass, '73 

Poem • Mrs. Fanny H. Watrous, '75 

Violin Solo Charles Breon, '96 

Oration Supt. Benton E. James, '77 

Vocal Solo .• Pr0 (. H E Cogswell 

Class History M1 8S AI j ce Hughes, '87 


Programme of Commencement exercises: 

Prayer Rev. E. E. Riley 

Music , Orchestra 

Address Hon. H. W. Williams 

Cornet Duet Mr. Cogswell, Mr. Losey 

Presentation of Prizes 

Presentation of Gold Medals 

Presentation of Diplomas 

Benediction Rev. E. E. Riley 


Tuition in all branches, and board, including fuel, oil, room 
rent, and ordinary washing, $63.00 per term, or $189 per year. No 
extras. The first payment, $40.00, to be made on the first day of 
the term; the second payment, $23.00, to be made at the middle of 
the term. 

The total expenses for the year are $189. When students avail 
themselves of State appropriations (see page 45), the expenses are re- 
duced for the Junior year to $168, and for the Senior year to $118. 

Tuition, without board, including all branches above, $14.00 
per term, or $42 per year. The first payment $7.00, to be made the 
first day of the term; the second payment, $7.00, to be made the 
middle of the term. 

With a view of discouraging a too prevalent desire to make rapid 
advancement, which is always inconsistent with good scholarship, tui- 
tion will be reduced from $14.00 to $7.00 per term to students who 
are under seventeen years of age, and who take, during the year, only 
the studies of the Preparatory, year, viz: Arithmetic as far as 
Ratio, Book-keeping, Civil Government, Geography, English Gram- 
mar — second term or (b) class, History of the United States, Reading 
Physiology, Spelling, Writing, Vocal Music. 

Deduction will be made to students absent from school two con- 
secutive weeks or more on account of sickness or other satisfactory 
reasons. No deduction will be made to students entering within the 


first two weeks, or leaving within the last two weeks, of a term. All 
bills must be settled with the Treasurer. 

By an Act of the Legislature, the following appropriations are 
made by the State to Normal Students and Normal Graduates: 

1. Each student over 17 years ot age, who shall sign a paper declaring his inten 
tion to teach in the Common Schools of the State, shall receive Fifty Cents a week. 

2. Each student who, upon graduation, shall sign an agreement to teach in the 
Common Schools of the State two full school years, shall receive the sum of Fifty 

3. Any student to secure these benefits must attend the school at least twelve 
consecutive weeks, and he must receive regular instruction in the science and art of 
teaching in a special class devoted to that object for the whole time such an allowance 
is drawn. 



For a course of twelve lessons * ou 

For a course of eight lessons s jj° 

For less than eight lessons, per lesson ** 

Private lessons in any of the branches, per term of fourteen weeks, one lesson 

a week 12 °° 

Single private lessons * °° 

Class lessons of three hours in any of the branches except China painting in 
Royal Worcester style, with not less than Ave in the class, per term of four- 
teen weeks, one lesson a week ° 0() 

Single class lessons 50 


Term nf Fourteen. Weeks, two lessons a week, payable slticlly in advance. 

Piano, 1st and ad grades, two in class 10 °° 

Piano, 3d, 4th and 5th grades, two in class 15 °° 

Piano, 3d, 4th and 5th grades, private lessons 20 00 

Voice, all grades, class of two 16 on 

Voice, all grades, private lessons ^ °° 

Violin, all grades, class of two I 5 00 

Violin, all grades, private lessons 20 °° 

Cornet, all grades, class of two 12 °° 

Cornet, all grades, private lessons 1H 00 

Harmony and Counterpoint, class lessons 5 00 

One Lesson a Week. 

Piano, 1st and 2d grades, two in class " 50 

Piano, 3d, 4th and 5th grades, two in class 10 «' 

Piano, 3d, 4th and 5th grades, private lessons 14 00 

Voice, all grades, class of two 10 °" 

Voice, all grades, private lessons ■ ■ ■ 15 00 

Violin, all grades, class of two 10 °° 

Violin, all grades, private lessons !4 °° 

Normal Teachers' class ■ • • 5 °° 


Rent of Piano, periods of 45 minutes each $g 00 

Practicing on Pedal Piano, one period 3 00 

Practicing on Pedal Organ, per hour 25 

Practicing on Virgil Practice Clavier, one period 1 00 

Students will be required to pay for all sheet music, studies, etc., necessary for 
their instruction. This will be supplied by the school at a reduced rate. 

No deduction made for absence of student except in cases of protracted illness. 

Positively no lesson will be given until tuition is paid. 

Students may enter at any time and will be graded according to ability. 

Any student lacking a knowledge of any of the theory studies will be required to 
make up any such studies before entering the next higher grade. 

Gentlemen's rooms are furnished with heat, light, dressing case 
with mirror, chairs, tables, stands, pails, bedsteads, mattresses, pillows, 
and one comfortable. 

Ladies' rooms are furnished with heat, carpet, couch, or two rock- 
ers, chairs, tables, and bedroom set complete, pillows, and one com- 
fortable. Mirror on dressing case. 

Students furnish lamps, wash-bowls and pitchers, napkins, towels, 
pillow-slips, sheets, and one comfortable. The last five articles enu- 
merated, together with all articles of clothing, should be distinctly 
marked with full name. 

Students have the privilege of renting text-books at a nominal 

For two days at the opening and two days at the close of each 
term, students' baggage is carried to and from the railway station free 
of charge. 


A good circulating library, catalogued after the most modern and 
improved plan, is open daily to all students free of charge. All stu- 
dents have access at any time to a large reference library. 

Reading Room. 
One of the large and pleasant corner rooms of the Gymnasium 
building is used for a reference library and reading room. The room 
is supplied with cyclopaedias and other books of reference, and all the 



best magazines published in the country, besides many of the best 
weekly and daily papers. The room is open at stated hours every day 
of the week. 

The Reading Room is furnished and managed by the Reading 
Room Association, which comprises most of the faculty and students 
of the entire school. 

The Association elects officers on the first Friday of each term. 
The office of President of the Association for the past year has been 
filled by James C. Dalton, Will George Butler and Nelson Coon. 

Apparatus and Cabinet. 

The science department is well supplied with the best modern 
apparatus, which is constantly used by the classes in natural science. 
The cabinet contains a large collection of geological and biological 

Literary Societies. 

There are four literary societies all in a flourishing condition: 
The Athenian, Normal Literary, Philalethean and the Agonian. 
The Athensean and Normal Literary societies are composed of 
both ladies and gentlemen. They have finely furnished rooms and 
good libraries. The Philalethean society is composed of gentlemen, 
and is a chapter of the Philalethean Fraternity. The Agonian society 
is composed of ladies, and is a chapter of the Agonian Fraternity. 

Presidents of Literary Societies During the Past Year: 

Of the Normal Literary Society- 
Austin H. Updyke, Julia L. Goodspeed, Fred H. Gaige. 

Of the Athensean Society — 

Claud E. Stevens, Albert M. Cochran, Arthur A. Watkins. 

Of the Agonian Society — 

Mary Bates, Clara Merrick, Katherine Whippy. 

Of the Philalethean Society- — 

James C. Dalton, T. F, Ffanahue, Nelson Coon. 



Lectures and Entertainments. 
Lecture courses of a high order of excellence are maintained by 
the literary societies, and by the Y. M. C. A. Many scientific and 
popular lectures are given with the aid of the stereopiticon. Frequent 
musical entertainments are given by the Music Department, and by the 
literary societies. 

Religious Associations. 

The Y. M C. A. and Y. W. C. A. have organizations of the 
students which maintain weekly religious meetings. 

Athletic Association. 

An Athletic Association of the students has done a great deal to 
encourage and promote out-door sports. The base ball and foot ball 
teams of the school have made a fine record during the past year. 

Location, Buildings and Grounds. 

Mansfield is a fine rural village of 2,000 inhabitants, situated on 
the Tioga division of the Erie railroad, thirty-six miles from Elmira, 
N. Y. Its citizens are intelligent and enterprising. By special act of 
the legislature no intoxicating licmors can be sold, nor billiard tables 
kept, within a radius of two miles of the Normal School. The students 
are therefore protected from many temptations, to which they would 
be exposed in many other localities. The sanitary condition of the 
village is excellent. The altitude is sufficient for the purest air, the sew- 
age is complete, and pure water is brought from a mountain stream. The 
Normal School buildings present a noble and imposing aspect. The 
school grounds have an area of ten acres. The lawns about the build- 
ings are beautifully laid out and covered with a great variety of forest 

On the 1 2th of December, 1862, the Mansfield Classical Semi- 
nary was accepted by the State, and declared the State Normal School 
of the Fifth District. The seminary building, accepted by the State, 
was the main portion of what is now called the 

South Hall. 

This is a brick structure, one hundred fifty feet in length by fifty 
feet in width. In this building are the gentlemen's dormitories, the 


circulating library, chapel, six recitation rooms, and the text-book 
library. This building, formerly the old seminary, was enlarged and 
remodeled in 1889. One hundred fifty feet north, and the same dis- 
tance east, of south hall, stands the 

North Hall. 
This building is now in process of complete reconstruction from 
foundation to roof. The cut represents it as it will be, when finished, 
one of the finest school buildings in the country. The walls are of 
brick, the interior finishing of natural wood. All the material and 
workmanship are of the very best. The building is two hundred sev- 
enty feet long by one hundred feet wide, and five stories high. It 
contains an elegant dining room, finished in oak, large enough to seat 
five hundred, the kitchen, bakery, etc., dormitories for the ladies, 
reception rooms, suits of rooms for the Art Department, and for the 
Music Department. Two stories of an ell projecting from the 
northeast corner of the building, and completely removed from the 
other rooms, are set apart as an infirmary. They are completely fur- 
nished with every appliance for the sick. The central part of the 
building contains an elevator, Principal's office, reception room, office 
and class room for the Music Department, apartments for Steward and 
Matron in front, and dormitories and bath rooms in the rear. The 
dormitories on every floor of both buildings are supplied with bath 
tubs and everything needed for health and comfort. All the buildings 
are heated by steam and supplied with fire escapes of the best construc- 
tion. The cost of the north building when completed and furnished, 
will not be less than $ 1 50,000. Midway between the north and the 

south buildings is 

Alumni Hall. 

This is a brick building, fifty-four by one hundred seventeen feet, 
three stories high. It contains the Model School rooms, recitation 
rooms, the society rooms, and a concert hall which occupies one entire 
story. This building was completed in 1886 at a cost of #25,000. 
In the rear of the south building stands the 



This is a fine structure; it is a frame building, fifty by one hun- 
dred thirty feet. It contains a large drill hall, fifty by one hundred 
feet, and four spacious rooms adjoining, one for library and reading 
room, one for the military company, one for cabinet specimens, and 
one for ladies' dressing room. The drill hall is well furnished with 
apparatus. This building was erected in 1888 at a cost of $7,000. 

How to Reach Mansfield, 

Mansfield is thirty-six miles from Elmira via the Erie rail- 
road; twenty-seven miles from Corning via Fall Brook and Erie rail- 
roads; twenty-three miles from Wellsboro via Fall Brook railroad 
from Wellsboro to Lawrenceville, and thence via Erie railroad, or 
twelve miles from Wellsboro by stage; sixteen miles from Troy, on 
the Northern Central railroad, by stage; and ten miles from Blossburg 
via Erie railroad. 

Students coming via Northern Central railroad may take stage at 
Roaring Branch for Blossburg, thence to Mansfield by railroad, or take 
stage at Troy direct to Mansfield, or keep the railroad via Elmira. 
Passengers from the East, by the Erie, change cars at Elmira; by the 
Lehigh Valley, change at Waverly, thence to Elmira by the Erie; by 
the D., L. & W., change at Lawrenceville, thence by the Erie to 
Mansfield. Students coming from the West on the Erie or D., L. & 
W. railroads, change cars at Corning. Students coming from the 
West and South by the Fall Brook railroad, change at Lawrenceville. 

All baggage should be distinctly marked with the name of the 
owner, and "State Normal School," to insure its being brought to 
the Normal buildings. Whenever baggage is to be taken to the 
station, it should be marked with the name and destination of the 



The Alumni. 


President, W. R. LONGSTREET. Secretary, MRS. F. E. VAN KEUREN, 

Vice-President, E. A. SPENCER. Treasurer, F. M. ALLEN. 

Executive Committee. 



Note.— In the following pages the figures following the name indicate the year of 
graduation. All are graduates of the Elementary course unless otherwise marked. S., 
before the year, Indicates Scientific course; M., Music; A., Art; St. C. E,, State Certificate 
Elementary; St. C. S., State Certificate Scientific; C. P., College Preparatory; R. N., Reg' 
uter Normal. 

Adams, Anna C, 94, Kingsley, Pa. 
Adams.Edna Lou. 98, Mansfield. Pa.,teacher. 
Adams, Edna Willis, 89, Mansfield, Pa., 

Adams. Emma (Mrs. W. F. Lane), 79, Ridg- 

way. Pa. 
Adams, James S., 84, C. P. 96, New Mil- 
ford. Pa., student Cornell University. 
Adams, Jennie Estelle, 90, Kingsley, Pa., 

Adams, Ora Ruth (Mrs. A. G. Brown), 89, 

Mansfield, Pa. 
Alden, Lizzie J., 90, Binghamton, N. Y., 

Alderson, Mary J. (Mrs. ), 68, Boston, 

Aldrich, E. M., 95, R. N. 96. Alford, Pa. 
Allen, Anna L., 90. Painted Post. N. Y. 
Allen, Estella G., 96.Forest City.Pa. .teacher. 
Allen. Fred M., 75, Williamsport, Pa. .teacher 

Williamsport Commercial College. 
* Allen, L. Melvina, 08. 
Allen, Nell B., 96, LeRaysville, Pa., teacher 
Allen, Wilton W., 89, Mansfield, Pa., bank 

Allen, Mrs. Wilton W. (nee Myra Baldwin), 

88, Mansfield, Pa. 
Alexander, Myrtle V., 97, Forest City, Pa., 

Allyn, Arthur E., 80, Hastings, Adams Co., 

Neb., traveling salesman. 
Alworth, H. S., 89, Seranton, Pa., lawyer. 
*Amerman, Alonzo, M. D., 72. 

♦Amerman, Carrie (Mrs. Carrie Coxey),M 73 
Amerman, Charles Verrlll, 90, Seranton, 

Pa., law student. 
"Amerman, Ella, 82. 

Amerman, E. C, 96, Danville, Pa., teacher. 
Ames, Herbert T., LL. B., 67, Wllliamsport, 

Pa., lawyer. - 
*Ames. Lizzie B., 66. 
Ames, Walter W., LL.B., 68, Brookville, Pa., 

Ames, Truman, 74, DuBois, Pa., lawyer. 
Andrew, George W., 89, Prompton, Pa., stu- 
dent Dickinson College. 
Ansley, Carrie (Mrs. Cortright), 82, Galeton. 
Angle, Harry S., 92, Milford, Pa., printer. 
Argetsinger, C. L.. 95, Mansfield. Pa. 
Argetsinger. George Francis, 90, Rochester, 

N. Y., traveling salesman. 
Armstrong, Agnes, 94, Fall Brook, Pa., 

Arrowsmith, Anna Macauley, 90, Blossburg, 

Pa., teacher. 
Arrowsmith, Jennie, 94, Blossburg, Pa., 

Ashcraf t, Mrs. Dr. E. H. (nee Anna L. Jones), 

77, Coudersport, Pa. 
Ashley, Addison Berne, 93, Mainesburg, Pa., 

Ashley, Florence Lillian. 93, Wellsboro, Pa., 

art teacher. 
Ashley, Will Welch, 91, Mainesburg, Pa. 
Asliton, Mrs. Charles H. (nee Cora H. Phil' 

lips). 91, Cambridge, Mass. 




Atwood, Elizabeth S. (Mrs. Piatt), 88, Her- 

ricksville, Pa. 
Austin, Leroy George, 94, Ogdensburg, Pa. 
Austin, Mrs. W. P. (nee Lulu Mae Barton), 

94, Mansfield, Pa. 
Avery, Mrs. A. H. (nee Jennie E. Farrer), 76, 

Mansfield, Pa. 
Babcock, L. W., 79, Ukiah, Cal., teacher. 
Babcock, Sara A., 73, Leonardsville, N. Y. 
Backer, Nellie E. (Mrs. Irvin W. Cole), M. 85, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
•Bailey, Ada L, (Mrs. L. Doumaux), 69. 
•Bailey, Carrie A. (Mrs. Benj. C. Wheeler), 

Bailey, Ella May, 90, Brooklyn. IPa., teacher. 
Bailey, Eula (Mrs. Frank A. Beach), 86, No. 

1006 Walnut St., Elmira, N. Y. 
Bailey, Florence Eveline, 94, Mansfield, Pa., 

Bailey, Frank H., 83, Elmira, N. Y., civil en- 
Bailey, Mrs. Frank H. (nee Myrtle L. Wel- 

liver), 89, Elmira, N. Y. 
Bailey. Josephine (Mrs. Byron Grenolds), 88, 

Elkland, Pa. 
♦Bailey, Mrs. L. L. (nee Lizzie C. Hill), E. 69, 

M. 71. ' 
Bailey, Lucy B. (Mrs. Frank H. Rockwell), 

88, Wellsboro, Pa. 
Bailey, Ransom w., 77, Wellsboro, Pa., mer- 
Bailey, Sadie V. (Mrs. John Robinson), 92, 

Wellsboro, Pa. 
•Baker. Albert H., M. D., 77. 
Baker, Burt W., 73, Archer, Merrick Co., 

Neb., farmer. 
Baker, Mark C, 73, Duluth, Minn., music 

Baker.Rose Lemirah,96,North Bingham, Pa., 

•Balch, Mrs. E. P. (nee Permelia Buttles), 

Baldwin, Besse R., 90, Mansfield, Pa., 

Baldwin, Charles T„M. D.,80, Birmingham, 

Baldwin, Charles T., 90, Mansfield, Pa., 

agent school supplies. 
Baldwin, Daniel W., 77, Westfleld, Pa., law- 
Baldwin, Ella May, 97, Dixon, Pa., teacher. 
Baldwin, Genevieve, 88, Mansfield, Pa„ 

Baldwin, Henry L., 71, Tioga, Pa., lawyer. 
Baldwin, Kate W., M. D., 75, Philadelphia, 

Baldwin, Martha A. (Mrs. Walter S. McKin- 

ney), 78, No. 575 Washington Boulv., 

Chicago, 111. 
Baldwin, Mary E., M. D., 87, Newport, R. I. 
•Baldwin, Mary S. (Mrs. Edgar E. McKin- 

ney), 87. 
Baldwin, Myra (Mrs. Wilton W. Allen), 88, 

Mansfield, Pa. 
Baldwin, William W., M. D., 71, No. 1 Via 

Polastro, Florence, Italy. 
Bales, Mary, 97, Knoxville, Pa., teacher 
Ball, Sadie E. (Mrs. Andrew B. Dunsmore), 

85, Wellsboro, Pa. 

Barden, Kate (Mrs. A. W. Stevenson), 84, 

"|VT rj T~l tifiplfl "Prl 

•Barhight, Mrs' Henry D. (Mary H. Dennis), 

Barnard, Nettie E., 91, East New Milford, 

Barnes, Mrs. Eugene T. (nee Nono Moody), 

87, Mansfield, Pa. 
Barnes, Fannie (Mrs. J. A. Dewey), 83, Wan- 

amie, Pa. 
Barnes, Mrs. George (nee Alice T. Weed), 08, 

Trout Run, Pa. 
•Barnes, George H., 88. 
Barnes, Mrs. Jos. C. (nee Lucy J. Whipple), 

72. Mansfield, Pa. 
Barnes, Orange P., 81, Leavenworth, Kan., 

Barnes, Mrs. Orange P. (nee May E. Wright)) 

81, Leavenworth, Kan. 
Barnes, Louise M., 95, Scranton, Pa., 

f pQ pTlpT* 

Barnes, Mrs. William (nee Emma Ribble), 
75, 585 Superior St., Toledo, Ohio. 

Barney, Delwin C. 76, West Union, N. Y., 

Barnhart, Austin E., 88, Trowbridge, Pa., 

j-po pllpV 

Barrett, Anna Louise, 90, No. 334 W. Market 

St., Scranton, Pa., teacher. 
Barrett, Etta (Mrs. Henry P. Friends), 92, 

Trowbridge, Pa. 
•Barrett, Henry C, 71. 
Barrett, Henry Diamond, 93, Harford, Pa., 

teacher S. O. S. 
Barrett, Homer N., 92, East New Milford, 

Barton, Ina Dillistin, 96, Mansfield, Pa., stu- 
dent S. N. S. 

Barrow, Merton L.,88, Canton, Pa., jeweler. 

Bartholomew, Mrs. H. H. (nee Mary Jane 
Grinnell), 90, Wellsboro, Pa. 

Bartlett, Samuel H., 85, Hiram, O., theolog- 
ical student. 

Bartlett, Mrs. Samuel H. (nee Libbie E. 
Wood), 86, Hiram, O. 

Barton, Lulu Mae (Mrs. W. P. Austin), 94, 
Mansfield, Pa. 

•Bates, Mrs. Julia M. (nee Eliza J. Shaw), 

Battle, Agnes V., 88, No. 36 S. Main St., Pitts- 
ton. Pa., teacher. 

iBattle, Teresa C, 89, M. 89, 20 S. Main St., 
Pittston, Pa., teacher. 

Baumann, Mrs. A. (nee Ida E. Hooker), 75, 
S. 79, Elmhurst, Pa. 

IBaynes, Ada A. (Mrs. J. C. Rexford), S.% 
Mansfield. Pa. 

Baynes, Agnes M. (Mrs. T. E. O'Dell), 89, 
TVT t n s ti f 1 (\ Vi\ 

Baynes, Cora Estella (Mrs. Fred Davis), 90, 

"jVTo ll'jfl pill Pr 

Baynes, M. Ella, 91, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Beach, B. Ellsworth, 96, Mansfield, Pa., 

t" p O p 1 ^ p V 

Beach, Charles A., M. D., 70, Sayre, Pa. 
Beach, Mrs. Dr. Charles A. (nee R. Belle 

Smith), 75, Sayre, Pa. 
Beach, Coly J., 83, Mansfield, Pa., agent and 




Beach, Mrs. Coly J. (nee Frances L. Rock- 
well), 88, Mansfield, Pa. 

Beach, Fannie M„ M. 71, Montrose, Pa. 

Beach, Mrs. Frank A. (nee Bala Bailey), (jt>, 
1003 vvalnut St., Elmira, N. Y. 

Beach, George D„ 88, Little Marsh, Pa., 

Beach, John Wesley, 98, Mansfield, Pa., 

tun ('llAT" 

Beach, Mrs. John Wesley (nee Edna King), 

M. 92, Mansfield. Pa. 
Beach, Joseph II., 76, Elmira, N. Y., insur- 
ance. „ , . 
Beach. Newton M., 91., Mansfield, Pa., 

farmer. , , 

Beach, Mrs. Newton M. (nee Came Carley), 

91; Mansfield, Pa. 
Beale, Mrs. E. A. (nee Ella Mlddaugh), M. d. 

(118 Hough Ave., Cleveland, uhio. 
Beale, George W„ LL. B., 87, No. 22. Wash- 
ington Ave., Scranton. Pa., lawyer. 
Beamish, Mary Frances, 92, No. 415 River 

St., Scranton, Pa., teacher. 
Beamish, Nellie R., 90, No. 514 River St., 

Scranton, Pa., teacher. 
Beardslee, Emma R. (Mrs. Charles I. Beard 

sley), 70. HoDlet, Pa. 
Beardslee, Seely J., 74, Catharine, N. Y.. 

traveling salesman. 
Beardsley, Mrs. Chas. I. (nee Emma R 

Beardslee), 70, Hohlet, Pa. 
Beardsley, Mrs. Geo. G. (nee Alice E. Tears), 

80, Troy. Pa. ,_•»»_'» 

Beardsley, PhidaE. (Mrs.James H. Reading), 

78, Ridgway, Pa. 
Bell, Nellie L. , 04, Scranton, Pa. 
Bennett, F. Louise, M. 91, Elmira, N. Y. 
Bennington, Edith G., 07, Williamsport, Pa., 

t-pn pllpT* 

Benson, Mrs. Charles H. (nee Stella McCon- 

nell). 92, Mansfield, Pa. 
Benson, Edson Andrew. 93, East New Mil 

ford, Pa., teacher. 
Benton, Jessie, 88, No. 58 Seneca St., Buffalo. 

N. Y„ merchant. 
Benton, Sarah E„ 91, No. 148 Chester St. 

Buffalo, N. Y., teacher. 
Bernauer, Morris John, 92, Marshfleld, Pa. 

Berry, Grace E. (Mrs. Allen A. Doane), 80, 
Leona, Pa. 

' (nee Elnora Lung), Mi. 

Bevens, Mrs. E L 
Decatur, 111. 

Beverson, Lizzie Z„ (Mrs. Dr. J. M. Mills), 82. 
Antrim, Pa. 

*Bierly,Mrs.W.R.(nee Florence H.B «ard),09. 

Billings, Carrie V. (Mrs. C. M. Thomas), 80, 
Starkville, Pa. 

Billings. Edwin, 68. Corning.N.Y., merchant. 

Bird, Albert A., A. M., 77, Wilcox, Pa., cler- 

Bird Orpheus Brainerd, M. D., 08. Vmeland, 

Bixby, Bert John, 93, Mansfield, Pa.,teacher. 

Bixby, Clara E., 04, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Black, Edith J., 915, Rparing Branch, Pa., 

Black, Mrs. Ben], (nee Clara A. Stevens), 68, 
Idaho Springs, Colo. 

Black, Nellie M., 97, Canton, Pa., teacher. 
Blackburn, Harry H., 81, Seattle, Wash., 

Blair. Elizabeth C.,94,Blossburg.Pa.. teacher. 
Blaksley, Evelyn Harper, 92, Mansfield, Pa., 


Blaksley, Georgia L., 96, Mansfield, Pa., 

Blaksley, Mary N„ 97, Mansfield, Pa., 

tpti pTiPT* 

Blaksley. Nellie Knapp, 94, Mansfield, Pa., 
t p si c \\ p v 

Blanchard, Mrs. Chester (nee Nellie M.Rock- 
well), 77, Farmington Hill, Pa. 

[Blanchard, Mrs. Oliver Benj. (nee Angie J. 
Close), 89, Farmington Hill, Pa. 

*Bliss Mrs. W. L. (nee Alma M. Merrick), 70. 

Bodler, AnnaE.. 85, S. 92, Germania. Pa.. 
Supt. Schools Potter Co. 

Bodler. John William Walton, E. 9", S. 93, 
(Grad. Lafayette), Williamsport, Pa., 

fpn ft )-j p -p 

Bodler, Sophia L., 9G,Germama,Pa., teacher. 
Boland, Ella A., 97, Carbondale, Pa., 

Bolles, Annie M. (Mrs. Wm. N. Judson), 71, 

South Auburn, Pa. 
Bolles, Mrs. Geo. W. (nee Lucetta Lyon), 09, 

Auburn, Pa. 
Bolles, Jessie E. (Mrs. Rev. E. A. Warnner). 

79, Montrose, Pa. 
Bolten, Blanche, 93. Clifford, Pa. 
Bond, Nora Imogene (Mrs. J. S. Michels), 91, 

Meshoppen, Pa. 
Bond, Precilla, M. 89. No. 310 Race street, 

West Pittston, Pa. 
Bond, Sadie E„ 86, No. 310 Race St., West 

Pittston, Pa., teacher. 
Borden. Mettie, (Mrs. C. H. Goss), 93, Ger- 
mania, Pa. 
*Bosard, Florence H. (Mrs. W. R. Bierly), 09. 
Bosard, Jas. H., 66, Grand Forks, N. Dak., 

Boughtin, Harriet, 97, Tioga, Pa., teacher. 
Bowen, Albert T., 96, Cherry Flats, Pa., 

fpo pTlPT" 

Bowen, Bessie, 96, East Charleston, Pa., 


Bowen, Stephen E., 89, Ridgway, Pa., mer- 

Boyce, Eliza J., 79, Mansfield, Pa., teacher 
S. N. S. , „ 

Boyce, Josephine, 91. Tunkhannock, Pa., 

T Pfl PllPT" 

'Boyce, Mary' Anna, 93, Tunkhannock, Pa., 

Boyd. Margaret, 86, Wyalusing,Pa., teacher. 

Bradford, B. G„ 95, Sylvama, Pa., teacher. 

IBradford, C. M., 97. Sylvania, Pa., teacher. 

Bradway, William D., 96, Canoe Camp, Pa., 

Braine, Arteiims B., 70, Canton, Pa., dealer. 

Brandt, Helen O. (Mrs. W. S. Peterson). 71, 
Rapid City, Black Co.. Dakota. 

Breidinger, Jacob P.. St C S 91, (Grad. La- 
fayette), Vice Principal S. N. S., Mans- 
field, Pa. „ _ 

Brewer, Emma A., 00, Blnghamton, N. Y., 



Brennan, Joseph E.. 01, No. 153 S. Main St 
Carbondale, Pa., law student. Scran- 
ton, Pa. 

Breon. Charles D., M. 00, Mansfield, Pa 

•Brewster, Addle, 83. 

Brewster, D. Truman, 73, Montrose Pa 

Brewster, Eliza J„ 70,Montrose,Pa., teacher 

•Brewster.Fannie (Mrs. Sheldon M.Foster) so 

Brewster, Flora A., M. D., 75. Baltimore, Md 

Brewster, Fred D., M. D., 71. No 204 Wyom- 
ing Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

Brigden, Charles A., 87, Chatham Valley.Pa 

Brigden, Emma, 88, Chatham Valley, Pa., 

Brigden, Myrtle, 00, Chatham Valley Pa 

Briggs, Charles W., 80, Keeneyville, Pa 

Briggs, Mary J 06 (Mrs. Frank Story). 
Bnggs. Rufus M„ 78. Jennings, La., travel 

ing agent. 
Broadbent. Anna, 00, No. 301 Bromley Ave 

Scranton, Pa., teacher. 
Brock, Mamie E., 91, Knoxville, Pa., teacher. 
Brodenck, Clarence Ray, 82, Mainesburg 

Pa., teacher. 
Brooks, Ella May (Mrs. Arthur C. Sidman) 

00, Hornellsvllle, N. Y. 
Brooks, Lee, 87, Canton. Pa., lawyer 
Brown, Mrs. A. G. (nee Ora Ruth Adams),80, 

Mansfield, Pa. 
Brown, Candace H., E 85, S 90, Hopbottom 

Pa., teacher. 
Brown. Edith Lile, 07, Forest City, Pa 

Brown, Eleanor J., 91, Lehman, Pa., teacher 
Brown, Ernest W., 82. Whitesville, N Y ' 

Brown. Frances E , 74, Leona, Pa. 
Brown, Freemont M., 77, Reynoldsville. Pa 

civil engineer. 
Brown, Jay F., 71, Cleveland, Ohio, county 

Brown. Jenny Lind, 00, Wyaluslng, Pa- 
Brown, Mella A., 80. Hopbottom, Pa., teacher 
Brundage, Ena L„ 81, Peckville, Pa., teacher' 
Buchanan, Mattie J., 00, Wanesburg, Pa 
Buchanan, Robert. 01, Parsons, Pa 
Buck, Lena A., 05, Mansfield. Pa., teacher 
Buckbee, Anna. 77, Harrlsburg, Pa.Jecturer 
Buckbee, Jared 11., 70, Elkland, Pa., mer- 
Buckbee, Charles, 03, Ktony Fork, Pa., teach- 
er, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Buckley, Ruth, 01. Stony Fork, Pa 
Bull, Alice V., 05, Mansfield, Pa 
Bull. Emily L., 80, Wilkes Barre,Pa., teacher 
Bull, James R., 01, Milford, Pa., teacher 
Ballard, Lloyd G., 88,insurance agent.Potts- 

vdle, Pa. 
•Bullard. Mrs. Lloyd G. (nee Jessie F Pal- 
mer). 80. 
Bullard, Mrs. P. M. (nee Kate E. Horlacher) 

79, Newberry, Pa. 
Bullock, Leila M. (Mrs. George W. Covenev) 
77, Mardin, Pa. 

Bullock. Minnie (Mrs. Rev. John Kimball) 84 

Turners Center, Maine. 
♦Bullock Susie M. (Mrs. Clarence S. Wood- 
ruff). 70. 
Bunnell, Isaac C. 86. No. 40 Water St., Bos- 
ton, Mass., life insurance. 
Bunnell, Lucy (Mrs. J. T. Smith), 80, Mont- 
rose, Pa. 
Bunnell. Rose M„ 94,Meshoppen, Pa., teacher 
Bunyen, Mrs. Jno. (nee Jennie Warren) oo' 
Canton, Pa. ' 

Burch, Mrs. M. P. (neeVira Lowe), 87, White 

River, Colo. 
Burdick. Harvey Lee, 84, No. 1622 Capouse 
Ave., Scranton, Pa., principal grammar 
Burdick William H, 89, Franklin, Mass 

Burdi <*i Mrs. Wm - H - < nee Wa S. Medley), 

89, Franklin, Mass. 
Burdick, Mrs. Ralph E. (nee Alice R. Munn) 

89, Smethport, Pa. 
Burgess. Ettie May, 00,Lovelton,Pa.,teacher 
Burke, Margaret Teresa. 03, No. 137 North- 
ampton St., Wilkes Barre, Pa., teacher. 
'Burley, George Wells, 02 
*Burman, O. W., 86 
Burman, Mrs. O. W., 88, Lenoxvillo, Pa 

Burnham, Eliza J., 00, Melbourne, Austra- 
lia, missionary editress. 
Burrett, Florence L., 01, Sylvania, Pa 

teacher. ' 

Burrett. Mary Esther, 01, Sylvania Pa 

Burritt, Eugenia H, 96,.Iermyn.Pa..teacher 
Burton. Mrs. Ed. (nee Emma E. Parks) 78 

Mansfield, Pa. 
Bush, Florence E. (Mrs. Sam'l Ludlam), 00, 

Academy Corners, Pa. 
Bush, Maud A., 07, Westfield, Pa., teacher. 
Butler Mrs. Judd A. (nee Alice Treat) 01 

Osceola, Pa. 
Butler, Mrs. Rev. T. D. (nee R. Lena Morse) 
l, .i E T,V- S .™' Ablngton, Knox Co.. 111. 
Butler, William George, 07, Blossburg, Pa 

Buttles, Frank E., 00, No. 68 W 127th St ' 

New York City, teacher. 
•Buttles, Permelia (Mrs. E. P. Baich) 60 
Byrne, Julia A., 84, Carbondale, Pa., teacher 
I m Wood's Commercial College. 

iCaffrey, Julia, 87, No. 471 Hazle Ave Wilkes 

Barre, Pa., teacher. 
Callender, Jennie E. (Mrs. Harvey D Wood) 

81. Arnot. Pa. 
Callender, Mary L.,86,Peckvjlle.Pa„ teacher 
Cameron, Samuel Pollock, 04.Houtzdale Pa 
Cameron, Susie Glenn, 04, Houtzdale Pa 

teacher . 
•Camp, Electa (Mrs. M. L. Hall) 66 
Camp, Margaret E. (Mrs. D. W. Dodson) 87 

Hartford, Conn. 
Campbell. Mrs, C. B. (nee Eunice Rowland) 

73, Nelson, Pa. 
Campbell. James Curtis, 85, Wilkes Barre 

Pa chief clerk D. & H. Coal Co. 
Campbell, Mrs. J. c. (nee Tillie VanAman) 
87, Wilkes Barre. Pa. 



Campbell, J. Herbert, 89, Burlington, Pa., 

Campbell, Jessie O. (Mrs. Harry T. Melville), 

89, Luther's Mills, Pa. 
Capell, Mrs. William H. (nee Anna G. Peck), 

83, Manslield, Pa. 
Capwell, Maud S., 88. Bonita, Cal., teacher. 
Carbine, Elizabeth Emilda, 94, Pittston, Pa., 

Card, Fred W., 80,Professor of Horticulture, 

University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb. 
Carley, Carrie M. (Mrs. Newton M. Beach), 

91, Mansfield, Pa. 
Carley, Franc E. (Mrs. Chester R. Gallup), 

85, Glen Hazel, Pa. 
Carley, Hattie G„ 89, Job's Corners, Pa., 

Carlin, Martha J. (Mrs. Earnest Lott), 90, 

Auburn Four Corners, Pa. 
Carlin, Mary A., 98, Auburn Four Corners, 

Pa., teachers. 
Carlton, Florence E., 85, Newfoundland, Pa., 

Carpenter, Daniel E., 89, Lake View. Pa., 

postal clerk. 
Carpenter, Hanson, 88, Scranton, Pa. 
Carpenter, J. Wheaton, 73, Scranton, Pa., 

Carpenter. Philip T., 89, Little Marsh, Pa, 

Carr, Mary J., GO, Brooklyn, N. Y., teacher. 
Carrick, Maggie H., 86, No. 73 Church St., 

Wilkes Barre, Pa., teacher. 
Carroll, Bridget Agnes, 90, No. 925 Scranton, 

St.. Scranton, Pa., teacher. 
Carroll, Gertrude, 97, Wilkes Barre, Pa., 

Carroll, Mrs. Rev. P. P. (nee Carrie O.Faulk- 
ner), 83, Cuba, N. Y. 
Carter, Annie J. (Mrs. F. P. Hatch), 80,Union 

City, Pa. 
Carter.Kern R.,80.South A uburn.Pa.. farmer. 
Carver, Mrs. A S. (nee Ella E. Rowe), 75, 

Breckinridge, Texas. 
Case, Gertrude, 94, Knoxville, Pa., teacher 
Case, Carrie E. (Mrs. A. u. Howe),7G.Whites- 

ville, N. Y., teacher. 
Cass, Marion F., 78, Elkland, Pa., teacher. 
Casterlin, Walter Sterling, 93, Orange, Pa., 

Catlin, Edson J., 88, Wellsboro, Pa., book 

Catlin, Joel D., 88, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Catterson, Alden Dudley, 91, Moscow, Pa., 

Cawley, Anna Dominica, 93, Pittston, Pa., 

Cawley, Jennie M., 94, Pittston, Pa.,teacher. 
Champney, Loren Rensselaer, 92, Mansfield, 

Pa., teacher. 
Chapin, Clementine, 90. White's Corners,Pa., 

Chapin, Delwin D , (59, Harrison Valley Pa., 

lumberman and merchant. 
Chapman, Jessie CI., 88, Espyville, Pa 

Chapman, Nellie, 110, Espyville, Pa., teacher. 
Christian, Bertha Z., 80, Lacevville, Pa 


Church, Nathan W., M. D„ 89, Ulysses, Pa. 
Clark, Budd Albert, 92, Mansfield. Pa., clerk. 
Clark, Colin Burr, 83, Antrim, Pa., teacher. 
Clark, Fannie M., 90, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Clark. Mrs. Elwood (nee Amanda Voorhess). 

85, foot E. 128th St., New York City. 
Clark, Mrs. F. B., 88, Mansfield, Pa. 
Clark, Mrs. F. W. (nee Lelia S. Cole), 70, 

Mansfield, Pa. 
Clark, Hartwell, 92, Easton Pa., law student. 
Clark, Howard Beach, 90. Addison, N. Y . 

postal clerk, A. & P. Railway. 
Clark, Jay Hiram. 85, No. 1435 Market St., 

Harrisburg, Pa., railway postal clerk. 
Clark, Mrs. Jay H. (nee Elizabeth Wylie), 85, 

No. 1433 Market St., Harrisburg, Pa. 
Clark, Mrs. J. Miller (nee Minnie E. Cogs- 
well). 80, Scotland, Pa. 
Clark, Rosamond, 92, Academy Corners,Pa., 

Clark, Sarah F., 70, Athens, Pa., teacher. 
Clemens, Mrs. Frank L. (nee Ida M. Ely), 81, 

Corning, N. Y. 
Clemens, Helen Carter (Mrs. J. H. Davis),87, 

No. 56 Bronson St., Waterbury, Conn. 
Clifford, Rose L., 93, Scranton, Pa., teacher. 
Climenson, Frances M., 68. 
Clinton, Mary A., 89, Ashley, Pa., teacher. 
Cloos, Mrs. Sarah L. (Mrs. H. B. Colegrove), 

91, Lawrenceville, Pa. 
Close, Angie J. (Mrs. Oliver Benj. Blanch- 

ard), M 89, Farmington Hill, Pa. 
Close, Carrie H. (Mrs. Frank M. Leonard),80, 

Wellsville, N. Y. 
Close, Cora L. (Mrs. George S. Trim), 78 

Westneld, Pa. 
Close, Hattie D. (Mrs. Dr. W. A. Shappee), 72' 

Xenia, Ohio. 
Close, Marl (Mrs. O.A.King),78,W"estfield, Pa 
Cloud, Mrs. A. D. (nee M. Agnes Degan), 85. 

Eaton, Washington Co., N. Y. 
Cobb, William H., 09, Spring Mills, N. Y. 

farmer and dealer. 
Ccddington. Mary Emma (Mrs.Carl Schmidt) 

90, N. Main St., Wilkes Barre, Pa. 
Cochran; Albert M., 97, Williamsport, Pa. 

Cogswell, Carrie, 89, West Auburn, Pa. 

Cogswell, Minnie L. (Mrs. J. M. Clark), 86 

Scotland, Pa. 
Cole, Ada F. (Mrs. Rev. D. McGregor), 71 

Stevensville, Montana. 
Cole, Mrs. Irwin W. (nee Nellie E. Backer) 

M 85, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Cole, Lelia S. (Mrs. F. W. Clark), 70, Mans 

field, Pa. 
Colegrove, Mrs. A. D. 

der), 81, Liberty 
Colegrove, Mrs. H. B. 

(nee Emma Hulslan 

(nee Mrs. Sarah L 

Cloos), 91, Lawrenceville. Pa 

Coleman. Mrs. Frank A. (nee Harriett Elou- 
ise Updyke), 88, Sheffield. Pa. 

Collins, Inaac P., Sl.CoudersportJ'a., lawyer 
and insurance. 

Collins, Merton R., 92,(Grad. Bucknell), Roar- 
ing Branch, Pa. 

Colwell, Mrs. Andrew J. (nee Mary J. Doo- 
little), 86, Hickory Grove, Pa. 



Compton, Ed. A., 80, Stockville, Neb., Judge 

of Frontier Countv. 
Conard, Emarene (Mrs.'W. W. Powers), 67, 

Keimett's Square, Pa. 
Conard. Marie W., 67, New London, Pa. 
Conard, Sue E., 66, New London, Pa. 
Congdon, Charles H., 76, St. Paul, Minn.. 

Conklin, Lena, 89, Orwell. Pa., teacher. 
Conlon, Peter J., 89. Hudson, Pa., teacher. 
Conners, Mrs. J. D. (nee Anna Fogarty), 87, 

Morris Run, Pa. 
Cook, Ada R., 88, Meshoppen, Pa., teacher. 
Cook, Estella G. (Mrs. Fred C. Leonard), 74, 

Coudersport, Pa. 
Coon, Claude L., 95. Hawley. Pa., teacher. 
Coon, Melvin, 97, West LeRoy, Pa., teacher. 
Cooper, Carrie A. (Mrs. Wilbur H. Morris). 

89, Tunkhannock, Pa. 

Cooper, Lena A., 95, Lamb's Creek, Pa., 

Cope, John G., 67, Bloomsburg, Pa., Vice- 
Principal S. N. S. 

Copeland, Mrs. Jas. G. (nee Laura E. Crut- 
tenden), 79, Bluff City, Kan. 

"Copeland, Merthina F. (Mrs. W. M. Hatch). 

Copestick, John G.,96, Stony Fork, Pa., 

Copley, Rena, 95,Crooked Creek, Pa., teacher. 

Corey, Althea S., 87, Mill City, Pa., teacher. 

Corey, Harry B., LL. B., 84, Coryland, Pa., 

Cornell, Ferris D., 91, Pike's Creek, Pa., 

Cornell. Mrs. Rev. Ferris B. (nee Luna Eve- 
lyn James), 91, Pike's Creek, Pa. 

Cornwell, Julia E., 95,Mansfleld, Pa., teacher. 

Cortright, Mrs. (nee Carrie Ansley), 82, Gale- 
ton, Pa. 

Cory, Mrs. Nelson S. (nee Kate H. Whipple, 
M. D.), 68, Akron, Ohio. 

CostellO, Maine G. (Mrs. George Steigmaier), 
86, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Costley, Byron J., 79, No. 96 Diamond St.. 
Pittsburg, Pa., lawyer. 

Coursen, Emma A. (Mrs. E. L. Crisman), 83, 
Kingston, Pa. 

Coveney, Mrs. Geo. W.(nee Lelia M.Bullock), 
77, Mardin, Pa. 

Cox, Mrs. Frank S. (nee Cora Belle Smith), 

90, M 91, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Cox, Mary A., 87, Parsons, Pa., teacher. 
•Coxey, Mrs. Carrie (nee Carrie Amerman), 

Coyie, Bessie, 86, Bay Ave., Bloomfleld, N. J. 
Coyle, Mannie (Mrs. W. S, Hulslander), E 77, 

S 77, Scranton, Pa. 
Coyle, M. Frances, 90,Nicholson,Pa., teacher 

at Pittston. Pa. 
Crandall, Susan B. (Mrs. Knapp), 69,Stevens 

ville, Pa. 
Crawford, Etta, 89, Silvara, Pa., teacher. 
Crawford, Lou J. (Mrs. Byron A. Havens), 

76, Seattle, Wash. 
Orawshaw, Elizabeth Maria, 93, Daleville, 

Cray, Anna E., 88, No. 90 Cortright Ave. 
Wikes Barre, Pa„ teacher. 

Cray. Daniel J., 91. No. 90 Cortright -Ave., 

Wilkes Barre, Pa., teacher. 
Crediford, Mrs. O. E. (nee Addie L. Reese), 

79. Antrim, Pa. 
Cress, Ada, 90, Avery, Pa., teacher. 
Crisman, Mrs. E. L. (nee Emma A. Coursen), 

83, Kingston, 1'a. 
Cronk. Martha M.. 96, Fairdale, Pa., teacher. 
Crossley, Charles R., 94, Manstield, Pa. 
Crowell, Blanche (Mrs. Rev. J. Nicholson, 88, 

Binghamton, N. Y. 
Cruttenden, Alice G., 83, Wellsboro, Pa., 

Cruttenden, Edwin A., E 83, S 88. Scranton, 

Pa., teacher Business College. 
Cruttenden, Mrs. E. A. (nee Helen Phillips), 

90, Scranton, Pa. 
Cruttenden, Grace E., M 91, Wellsboro, Pa. 
Cruttenden, Laura E. (Mrs. James G. Cope- 
land), 79, Bluff City, Kan. 
Culver, Sadie Helen. 94. Round Top, Pa., 

Cummings. Ida Belle, E 83, M 91, Mansfield. 
Pa., deputy postmaster. 

Cunningham, Jennie T., 96, Mansfield, Pa., 

Curtis, Effle Delle,f94. Elmhurst.Pa., teacher. 

Curtis. Laura M.. 86, Aldenville, Pa., teacher. 

dishing, Minnie E., 91. Ulysses, Pa., teacher. 

Cyphers, Effa M.. 86, Wilkes Barre, Pa., 

Cyphers. Jennie, 84. Falls, Pa., teacher. 

Dailey, Elizabeth, 88. Elmira, N. Y., teacher. 

Dailey, Lettie J., 79, Tioga, Pa., teacher. 

Dallman, Walter Henry, 91, Elmira, N. Y. 

Dalton, James Curtis. 96, C. P. 97. Mansfield, 
Pa., student S. N. S. 

Dana, Emma H, 84. Eaton, Pa., teacher at 
Mauch Chunk, Pa. 

Dana, Mary, 90, Eatonville, Pa., teacher. 

Daniell, Emily, M 86, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Darby, Mittie, A 96, Hovtville, Pa. 

Darling, Alice E. (Mrs. V. R. Pratt), 08, Rey- 
noldsville. Pa. 

Darling, Walter C, 79, Ebenton, lumberman. 

Darmstadt, Kate, 89, Nellore, India, mission- 

Deane, Eunice L.., 97. Roulette, Pa., teacher. 

*Dratt, Hannah I. (Mrs. F. Holden), 66. 

Dartt. Morton Lyman, 90, Principal Union- 
town S. O. S., Jumonville, Pa. 

Davidson. Sarah E., 96, Passaic, N. J., teacher. 

Davies, Anette Roland, 93, Scranton, Pa., 

Davies,John R., 95, Cherry Flats, Pa. .teacher, 

Davis, Amy A. (Mrs. Joseph Schusler), 67, 
Mansfield, Pa. 

Davis, Anna L. (Mrs. A. G. Guiles), 87, Law- 
renceville. Pa. 

Davis, Bertha Mae, 94, Morris Run, Pa., 

Davis, David C, 91, Wilkes Barre, Pa. .teacher. 

Davis, David D., 89, Arnot. Pa., clerk. 

.Davis, Elizabeth J., 95. Antrim, Pa. .teacher. 

Davis, Elizabeth S., 94, Pike's Creek, Pa., 

Davis, Ella, 94, Pike's Creek. Pa., teacher. 

Davis, Emily, 96, Pike's Creek, Pa., teacher. 

Davis, Frederick George, 93,Morris Run.Pa., 
student Philadelphia Dental college. 



Davis, Mrs. Fred (nee Cora E. Baynes), 90 

Mansfield, Pa. 
Davis.Mrs. J. H. (nee Helen Carter Clemons) 

87, No.66 Bronson St„Waterbury,C«nn 
Davis, Robert, 95, Wananile, Pa., teacher. 
Davis, Sarah, 95, Lynn. Pa., teacher. 
Day, Edna E., 96, Corning, N . Y„ teacher. 
Dayton, Mrs. C. f. (nee Susie Hillis). 75, To- 

wanda. Pa. 

Dayton, Kophronia C, 94, Rush. Pa., teacher. 

•Dayton, Urania E. (Mrs. C. B. McKean). 
M. 73. 

Dean, Lottie A. (Mrs. .1. F. Saylor), 78, Lin- 
coln, Neb. 

Decker, Ida C. (Mrs. Dr. E. G. Drake), M. 73, 
Elmira, N. Y. 

Decker, Leah Maud, 94, Mansfield, Pa.. 

Degan, M. Agnes (Mrs. A. D. Cloud). 85, 

teacher. Easton. Washington Co., N. Y. 

Dietlen, Rose Agnes, 93, Slansfield, Pa., 

*Delap, Mrs. S. C. (nee Marion Kennedy), 07. 
Deming, Albert Ulysses, 04, Somer's Lane, 

Demorest, M. Annie (Mrs. A. D. Park), 75. 

Waverly, N. Y. 
♦Dennis, Mary H. (Mrs. Henry D. Barhight), 

Devany, Anna C, 88, Wilkes Barre, Pa., 

Devaney, James J., 91. Wilkes Barre, Pa.. 

Dewey, James A., 82, Supt. of Schools. 

Newport township, Wanamie, Pa. 
Dewey, Mrs. James A. (nee Fannie Barnes), 

88, Wanamie. Pa. 
Dickerson, Virginia, 86, Springfield, Pa.. 

fpn PllPT* 

Dickinson, Mrs. A. .1. (nee Effle M. James). 
M. 71, Cedar Rapids. Iowa. 

Dilworth, George Llewellyn, 90. Newfound- 
land, Pa., teacher. 

Ditchburn. Elizabeth, 97, Arnot, Pa., teacher. 

Doane. Alice Horton, 94, Blossburg, Pa., 

*Doane, Alice J., 74. 

Doane, Allen A.. 76, Leona, Pa., farmer. 

Doane, Mrs. Allen A. (nee' Grace E. Berry). 
80, Leona, Pa. 

Doane, Augusta Ellen, 94, Leona. Pa., 

Doane, E. Josephine, 97, Mansfield, Pa.,, 

Doane. Ellen R. tMrs. P. A. Stevens), 69, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Doane. Mrs. Fay (nee Etta French), 88, 

Knoxville, Pa. 
Doane, George, 67, No. 404 Hoffman St., El- 
mira, if. Y.j manufacturer. 
Doane. Jane C. (Mrs. A. S. Hooker), 67. Troy, 

Doane, Joseph C, M 68, S 77, Lawrenceville, 

x>o t 1 *! mi pi* 
Doane, Mrs. J. C. (nee Myra Horton), 69, 

Lawrenceville, Pa. 
Doane, Marta E., 77. Towanda. Pa., teacher. 
Dobson, Jessie (Mrs. Frank A. Dobson), 89. 

No. 46 Brown St.. Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

JDobson, Mrs. Frank A. (nee Jessie Dobson), 

89, No. 46 Brown St., Wilkes Barre, Pa. 
, Dobbins; 'William J., 96, Arnot. Pa., teacher. 
. Dodson, Mrs. D. W. (nee Margaret E. Camp), 

87, Hartford, Conn. 
Dolbeare, Mrs. Dr. Frederick L. (nee Emily 

M. Sandbach), 89. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Doolittle. Mary J. (Mrs. Andrew J. Colwell), 

86. Hickory Grove, Pa. 
Doran, Anna Izadore, 94, Susquehanna, Pa., 

t"{ j '! chei* 
Dorsett,. Edward B„ 96, Lamb's Creek, Pa., 

Dorsett. Earnest. M., 96, Mansfield, Pa., 

Dorsett, Harry. 97. Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Doud, Dornah, 96. Malnesburg, Pa., teacher. 
Dougherty. Sarah Genevieve, 91. No. 1203, s. 

Irving Ave.. Scranton, Pa., teacher, 
•Doumaux, Mrs. L. (nee Ada L. Bailey). 69. 
Doyen, Agnes, E 88. A 94. Mansfield. Pa. 
Doyen, Anna, 83, Mansfield. Pa., missionary 

for freedmen.N'o. 1096 W. Harrison St., 

( 'hicago, 111, 
Drake. Mrs. Dr. E. G. (nee Ida C. Decker), 

M 73. Elmira, N. V. 
,Dugan, Celia, 97. Wilkes Barre. Pa., teacher. 
Dunsmore. A. F.. 95, Covington, Pa. .teacher. 
jDunsmore, Effa M., 87, Auburn Corners. Pa., 

Missionary at Pocftos, 118 Guana.inatc, 

Dunsmore, Archibald M., 96, Glen Richey, 

t>o tpMoher 
Dunsmore, Andrew B., 84, Wellsboro, Pa., 

Dunsmore, Mrs. Andrew B. (nee Sadie E. 

Bull), 85. Wellsboro, Pa. 
Dunsmore, Anna M.. 81. Arnot, Pa., teacher. 
Dunsmore, James A„ 98, Glen Richey, Pa., 

student State College, Pa. 
Dunsmore, James G., 92, Harrisburg, Pa., 

student State College, Pa. 
Dunsmore.John C, C.P..90,Cherry Flatts.Pa. 
Dunsmore, Luella, 95, Glen Richey, Pa., 

Durand. Clara S., 87. Towanda, Pa., teacher. 
Durand. Cora B. (Mrs. A. M. Whipple), 85, 

Lacevville, Pa. 
Durkin, Veronica Teresa, 94,Carbondale,Pa., 

Eadie. Grace K.. 96, Weatherly.Pa.. teacher. 
Eby, Eleanor Hadden, 94. Toronto, Ontario, 

Eckerson, Ray, 89, Syracuse. N. Y. 
Eckerson, Mrs. Ray mee Alice M. Stevens), 90, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 
Edson, Charles H., 70, Elmira, X. Y., book 

•Edwards, Anna (Mrs. W. T. Watson), 87. 
Edwards, Joseph H., 80. No. 3020 State St„ 

Chicago, 111., 

Cable Railway. 

Edwards, Thomas II 

Edwards, Wm. C, 

Assistant Supervisor 
71, Kansas City, Mo., 

'4, Earned, Kansas, 
lawyer and Secretary of State. 

Edwards, Mrs. W. C. (nee Franc C. Mitchell) 
77, Earned. Kansas. 

Eddy, L. Pearl, 96, Ulysses, Pa, 



Elliott, Addle M. (Mrs. Charles B. McKean), 
75, Santa Clara, Colo. 

Elliott. Edward Martin. E 90, S 92, (Grad. 
Lafayette). Mansfield.Pa.Jaw student. 

Elliott, Mrs. Dr. Fred G. (nee Julia E. Hart- 
ley), 75, Mansfleld, Pa. 

Elliott, Jessie Gertrude. M 91, No. 2119 Curtis 
St., Denver, Colo. 

Elliott, John F., M. D., 75, Idaho Springs, 

Elliott, Olive M., 73, Mansfleld, Pa., teacher. 

Elliott, Willis Victor, 91, No. 2119 Curtis St., 
Denver, Colo., lawyer. 

Ellsworth, Milton W„ 68, Harrisburg, Pa., 
hook publisher. 

Ely, Bessie Helena, 92, Mansfleld. Pa., clerk 

Ely, Eva L. (Mrs. Stewart Riley), 86, Spring- 
field, Pa. 

Ely, Fred Lewis, 93, Mansfleld. Pa., clerk 

Ely. Ida M. (Mrs. Frank L. demons), 81, 
Coming, N. Y. 

Ely, William F., 88, Lansford. Pa., teacher ! 

Emberger. Joseph. 85. Mardin, Pa., farmer 

England, Estella Ethel, 94, Blossburg, Pa 

England, Mary. 95, Wellsboro, Pa., teacher 

English, Joseph D., 97, Peckville, Pa., 

English, Mary L„ 86. Wellsboro.Pa., teacher. 
English. Mrs. W. W. (nee Lydia Howe), 71, 

Wellsboro, Pa. 
Erskine, Anna Belle,94,Ballibay. Pa. .teacher 
Espy. Harl J., 94, Harmonsburg, Pa., mer- 
EstaBrook, Mrs. A. G. (nee Ella V.Robinsoni. 

89, Mt. Alton, Pa. 
Estabrook. Mame F., M 92. Bennington, Vt. 

89. music teacher. 
Evans, Andrew J., 84, Ulysses, Pa., editor. 
Evans, Anna Cornelia. 94. Blossburg Pa 

Evans. Elizabeth. 95. Wanamie, Pa., teacher. 
Evans, Ebenezer, 94. Wanamie. Pa., teacher 
Evans, George, 88, Wanamie, Pa., teacher 
Evans, Mary Annie, 90, Wanamie, Pa 

Evans, May, 97, Blossburg. Pa. , teacher. 
Evans. Reese D.. 90. No. :05 Barclay St. New 

York city, private Sec. Swift' Beef Co 
Evans. Sarah A.. 88, Wanamie, Pa., teacher 
•Evans, Thomas E., 85. 
Evans, Mrs. ! homas E. (nee Carrie A i 

Jagger), 84, Stokesdale. Pa. 
Evans, Mrs. W. .1. mee Anna D. Williams), 

89, No. U5% S. i.iver St.. Wilkes Barre 

Everett. Alice A. (Mrs. W. L. Sprague), M 73. 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Ewing, Ella. 84, Espeyville. Pa., teacher. 
Fairclough. Elizabeth. 92, Yates.Pa., teacher ; 
Fanning. Adelbert C. 72, Trov. Pa., lawyer. 
Fanning, DAvid Joseph, 94, Troy, Pa..' stu- 
Fanning, Florence Antis, 94, Wetona, Pa., 

Farrer. Anna R. (Mrs. J. E. Reese), 79, 

Mansfleld, Pa. 
Farrer, Jennie E. (Mrs. A. H. Avery). 76. 

Mansfleld, Pa. 

Farrer, Mrs. Thos. D. (nee Edith M. Strait), 
89, Boise City, Idaho. 

Farrer, Will S., 80, Mansfleld, Pa., merchant. 

Fassett, Mary B., 91, Raymond, Pa.,teacher. 

Faulkner, Caroline Pearl. 93, Waverly, N. Y. 

Faulkner, Carrie O. (Mrs. Rev. P. P. Car- 
roll), 80, Cuba, N. Y. 

Fay, Sarah A.. 8K. Pittston. Pa., teacher. 

Fensler. Elizabeth M. (Mrs. Louis Krouse), 
87, No. 125 Washington Ave., Altoona 

Ferguson. Mrs. C. W. (nee Georgiana Trow- 
bridge), 85, No. 526 Gray St., Elmira, 
N. Y. 

Ferguson, John, 89, Susquehanna, Pa., law- 

Ferry, Leon B., 91, Wellsboro. Pa., lawyer 

Fessenden. R. A., Livingston Place, New 
York city, traveling salesman. 

Fessler. Mrs. T.A. (nee Josephine Lawrence), 
E 89. M 92, Elkland, Pa. 

Fitzgerald. Mrs. Fred W. (nee Eliza M 
Miller), 79. Waverly, N. Y. 

Fick, Levi J.. 74, Room 2, Whitney Opera 
House, Detroit, Mich., lawyer. 

Field, Cora M., 96, Ashley, Pa. 

Fitzpatrick. Anna Gertrude, 93, Mansfleld 

Fletcher, Mrs. V. (nee Ella M. Smith), 87 
Mainesburg, Pa. 

Flower. Edith, M.D.. 91, Corning, N. Y., rest 
dent surgeon, Woman's Hospital, Phila 
delphia. Pa. 

Flynn, Mary L., 90. No. 409 Ninth St.. Scran 
ton, Pa., teacher. 

Fogarty, Anna (Mrs. J. D. Conners), 87 
Morris Run, Pa. 

Foote, Lewis K., 86, Annin Creek, Pa. 

Foote, Mrs. Lewis K. (nee Ina V. Spencer) 
86. Annin Creek, Pa. 

♦Foster, Mrs. Sheldon M. (nee Fannie Brew- 
ster). 80. 

Fowler, M. Edna. 96, Mansfleld. Pa., teacher 

Fralic. Walter R., 97, Lamb's Creek, Pa 

Frances, Walter R,. M. P.. 71. Marion. Ind 

»Frick. Mrs. H. C.mee Alice E. Weaver) 11 ?8 

French, Benj. G.. 89, Harford, Pa., teacher. 

French.CharlesR..91.Trowbriclge,P.. teacher. 

French. Elmer L.. 85, Mehoopanv, Pa. 

French. Etta (Mrs. Fay Doane), 88," Knox- 
ville. Pa. 

Frick. Charles, ss. Liberty, Pa., teacher. 

Friends. Mrs. Chas. H. (nee Louise J. Hol- 
lands), 71. Millerton, Pa. 

Friends. Mrs. Henry P. (nee Etta Barrett), 
92. Trowbridge, Pa 

Faulkerson, Arta 92. Wellsboro, Pa. .teacher. 

Fuller. Cora. 92. Middlebury, Pa., teacher at 
Horsham, Pa. 

Fuller, Ella E., 90, Lenox. Pa., teacher. 

Fuller. William, 73, Lynn,, teacher 
classical high school. 

Fuller, Louis D.,97, Mlddleburv Centre, Pa , 

Furman, DewittC, 75, No. 187 Addison Ave. ,. 
Washington, Pa., principal schools. 


Furman, Edna M. (Mrs. Frank E. Sands), 

Scottdale. Pa. 
Gaige, E. B., 89, Jacksnn Summitt. Pa. 
Gaige, Myra, 04, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Gaige, Fred H., 97, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Gallagher, Mary Josephine, 91, Wilkes Barre,, 

Gallagher, Rose B. , 87, No. 59 Hillside St., 
Wilkes Barre, Pa., teacher. 

Gallup, Mrs. Chester R. (nee Franc E. Car- 
ley), 85. Glen Hazel, Pa. 

Gardner, Chester B.. LL. B., 73, Scranton, 
Pa., lawyer. 

Gardner, John Adrian, 87, Andrew's Settle- 
ment, Pa. 

Gardner, Truman G., 92, Westneld, Pa. 

Gardner. Winfield 8„ 79, Montdale, Pa., gen 
eral agent. 

Garey, E. S., 95, Jenningsville, Pa., teacher. 

Garrahan, Frances Y.. 9a, No. 395 E. Market 
St., Wilkes Barre, Pa . teacher. 

Garrison, Cornelius P., 89, DuBois, Pa 

Gates, Burt E., 89, West Superior. Wis. 
Gates. Maud Ella, 92, S 96, Mansfield, Pa., 

Gault, Mrs, Dr. Matthew B. (nee Frances M 

Wright, M. D.). 67. Markleton, Bonier 

set Co., Pa. 
Gavigan, Lizzie A. (Mrs. John W. Hyde), 

79,Elmira. N. Y. 
Geier, Ida M., 96, Ulysses. Pa. 
Geoghan.Mary E.. 82, Ashley. Pa , teacher 
Gibson, John Cushing, 94, Mansfield, Pa., 

law student and merchant 
Gibson. Margaret Ellen, 91, Mansfield, Pa. 

Gallagher. Helen v., 97, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Gavman. Anna St., 97, Philadelphia, Pa.. 

Gibson. Anna T.. 96, Mansfield. Pa., teacher. 
GilBrido, Michael P., 94,Hawley. Pa. .teacher. 
Gile. Norman Clark, 92. Lamb's Creek, Pa.. 

student S. N. S, 
Gillen, Mattie E.,91, Honesdale, Pa., teacher. 
Gillespie, Agnes, 89, Pittston, Pa., teacher. 
Gillespie. Jessie Agnes 94, Harford, Pa., 

Gillespie, Josephine G.,91, No. 195 Center St.. 

Pittston. Pa., teacher. 
Gillespie, W. H„ 87. Pittston, Pa,, lawyer. 
Gillett. Alice Beatrice. 94, Blossburg. Pa. 
Gillett, Mary I. (Mrs. J. W Stringfellow), 68, 

Keewaydin. Pa. 
Gillette. Cassius E.. 79. Nelson, Pa., officer 

U. S. Army. 
Gillette. Herbert S., M. D.. 82. Savona. N. Y. 
Gilmour, Anna F. (Mrs. Edgar Kilbourn), 84. 

DuBois. Pa. 
Gilpin, Milton A., 87, No. 10 Lowell St., Law- 
rence. Mass., salesman 
Gilpln.Sherman F.,M.D.91, South Sterhng.Pa. 
Gilpin. 8. Ward. 92. Newfoundland, Pa., stu- 
dent Bucknell. 
Gisin. Anna L.. 91, Wellsboro, Pa., teacher. 
Goodall, Anna Erdine. 93 Canoe Camp, Pa , 


Goodall, M. R., M Ta Canoe Camp, Pa , car 
penter and millwright. 

'Goodall. Stella, E 91. S 94, C P 97, Mansfield, 
Pa., student S.N. S. 

Goodall, Clara S., 97, Canoe Camp, Pa., 

Goodall. Edith S.. 96, Mansfield, Pa. 

Goodrich, Edith R.,93.Manstield,Pa., teacher. 

Goodrich, Eugene Bruce, 94, Alford, Pa., 

Goodspeed. Julia L, 95. S 97, C P 97, Mans- 
field, Pa., student S.N. S. 

Goodrich, Mary D. (Mrs. William Reynolds), 
76, Elmira. N. Y. 

Goodrich. Mrs. O. D. (nee Dora N.Woodruff). 
74, Elmira, N. Y. 

Goodspeed. Lyman Delos. 92, West Coving- 
ton. Pa., farmer. 

Gordon, Nettie E.,90,Pine City.N.Y., teacher, 

Gorham, Elsie 86,Coudersport, Pa., teacher. 

Gornam. Fordyce C 90, Rochester, N. Y.. 
teacher R. B. University. 

Gorman, Chloe, 87. Hamilton. Pa., teacher. 

Gorrie, Clarence A., 74, Wellsboro, Pa., far- 

Gould. Mrs. Dr. E w. (nee Mary E. Lincoln, 
M. D., 80. Thomaston. Me. 

Grabb, Ella M., 95, Herrick, Pa., teacher. 

Graves. Israel S.. M. D., 82. Peckvllle, Pa. 

Gray, Florence S. (Mrs. William Lee),73 Rus- 
sell. Kansas. 

Gray. Fred L.. 78, Sullivan, Pa. 

Gray, J. M,, 89, DuBois, Pa., teacher. 

Gray. Mabel T„ 96. Troy, Pa., teacher. 

Gray, Mary E., 96. Laceyville, Pa. 

Green, Benj. W.,68. Emporium. Pa., lawyer. 

Green, Ernest. 95. Keeneyville. Pa., teacher. 

*Green. Fanny (Mrs. M Montgomery), 71. 

Green. Fred H.. 91. Clifford. Pa., teacher. 

Green, Jennie May, 94, Troy, Pa., teacher. 

Green, W, F„ 89. Rush. Pa., teacher. 

Greene. Katharine M., E 85, S 86, ( 'lif ton Sta- 
tion. Va.. teacher in Pulaski N Y. 

Gregory, Alice Z., 91. Prompton, Pa. .teacher. 

♦Gregory HeleiKMrs.Dr. W. L. Walraven),89 

Gregory, Mary E. (Mrs. Alexander Pollock), 
87, Antrim, Pa. 

Grenolds, Mrs. Byron (nee S. Josephine 
Bailey), 88, Elkland. Pa. 

Griesmer, Owen M., 70, Berlinsville, Pa. 

Griffin, Cora M., 95. Scranton, Pa., teacher. 

Griffin, James 0„ 73, Palo Alto, Cal.. instruc- 
tor in German at Leland Stanford 

Griffith, Katharine Belle, 93, Windham, Pa. 

Griffith, Mary A. (Mrs. D. D. Roderick), 83, 
Wilkes Barre. Pa., teacher. 

Grinned, Mary Jane (Mrs. H. H. Bartholo- 
mew), 90, Wellsboro, Pa. 

Grist, Mrs. Thomas H. (nee Sarah A. Kern), 
68, Hayward, Sawyer Co., Wis. 

Grom, Catherine, 89, (Mrs. Longfellow), 
Bradford, Pa. 

Grom, Leanore Allegra, 93, Pittsburg, Pa., 

Gross, Mrs. C. H. (nee Mettie Borden), 93, 
Germania, Pa. 

Guard, Carrie (Mrs. Robert B. Treible), 85, 
No. 59 So. Grand St., Wilkes Barre, Pa. 





♦Guernsey. Ella A.. 75. 

Guiles, Mrs. A. Q. (nee Anna L. Davis), 87. 

Lawrenceville. Pa. 
Gunn, Ada. 90. Montrose, Pa., teacher. 
Haight, Cora A. (Mrs. .). Mert Smiley), 90, 

East Canton. Pa. 
Haight, Nellie J.. 97. Mansfield. Pa., teacher . 
Halm. Mary E.. 97. Meshoppen, Pa., teacher. 
♦Haight, Fred R„ 89. 
♦Haines, Lizzie M., 69. 
Hakes, Claudia B.. 96. Lamb's Creek, Pa., 

Hall, Delia. (Mrs. F. VanDusen), 85. 
Hall, Laura Z. (Mrs. W. A. McFarland), 75, 

Watsontown, Pa. 
Hall, Leda (Mrs. Maxwell Henry). 80, Arnot, 

Hall, Mina (Mrs. George Nares), 83. Corning, 

N. Y. 
♦Hall. Mrs. M. L. (nee Electa Camp), 66. 
Hammond. Lewis G., 89, Reed City, Mich. 

bank clerk. 
Hammond. Leone. 97. Galetnn. Pa., teacher. 
Hanahue. T. F.. 97. Olyphant. Pa., teacher. 
Hand, Aaron w., 75, No. 35 Court St., Keene. 

N. IL. clergyman. 
Handwerk. Marcus, 86, Germania, 

Hanlan, Michael John. &5, Honesdale. 

County Clerk of Wayne County. 
Hannah, Carrie Belle, 94. East New M 

Pa., teacher. 
Hanyen, Fred C. 86, Waverly, Pa., teacher. 
Hanyen. M. Lou, 87, Rutland, Pa., teacher 

in Elmira, N. V. 
Hardie, Elizabeth, 88. Mt. Afton.Pa., teacher. 
Harding, Everett, 93, Centre Moreland, Pa., 

Harkness, Harry Clifton, M. D., 90, Maines 

burg, Pa, 
Harrer, Warren Franklin, M. D., 89. East 

Point, Pa. 
Harrer, A. T., 96. East Point, Pa., teacher. 
Harris.Charles E. 70,Lanesboro. Pa.,teacher. 
Harrison. Howard, so. Borden, x. Y.. school 

commissioner Steuben county. 
♦Hartley. Emma Helen. 90. 
Karte, Ella L.. 97. Carbondale. Pa., teacher. 
Hartley. J. Frank, 90, s 92,Cumberland,Md. , 

Hartley. Julia E. (Mrs. Dr. Fred G. Elliott). 

75. Mansfield, Pa. 
Harvey. .Iames.87. freight conductor. Sayre, 

Hastings, T. Harry. 96, Chatham Valley .Pa., 

Haskin. Mrs. Dr. Herbert P. mee Teresa 

Holmes Rockwell), 93. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Hatch, Mrs. F. P. (nee Annie J. Carter), 86, 

Union City, Pa. 
♦Hatch, Mrs. Wm. M. (nee Merthlna F. Cope- 
land, 70. 
Havens. Mrs Byron A. mee Lou J. Craw- 
ford), 76. Seattle, Washington. 
Hayden, Emma (Mrs. Stevens), 84,Elmhurst, 

Hayes, Mary T., 96, Morris Run. Pa. .teacher. 
Hayes, Emma C. (Mrs. Theo. F. Williams), 

73, Mansfield. Pa. 

Hayes, Mis Nelson mee Jennie M. Valen- 

ti si. No. 186 McLean St.. Wilkes 

Barre, Pa. 
Hazlett, Mtb. J. C (nee Mabel E. Howe), 81, 

Huntingdon, Pa. 
Hazlett. James F... 83, Nelson, Pa., farmer. 
♦Heacock. Martha. 68. 
Healy. Joanna, 87, No. 357 W. Fourth St., 

Elmira. N. Y. 
Hearn. Mary Anne, 80, Brooklyn, Pa., 

Hebering, Andrew J., 83. Orange, N. J., 

Heerman. Mattie. 96. Jackson Summit. Pa., 

Heermans, Mary Elleta,93. Jackson Summit, 

Pa., teacher. 
Heft, EmilvReeve.9l,Truckville.Pa., teacher 
Heft, Luella Clark, 91, Truckville, Pa., 

Heibeck. Mrs. Geo. (nee Anna M. Williams), 

94. Strasburg, Pa. 
Henry. Mrs. Maxwell (nee Leda Hall), 80, 

Arnot, Pa. 
Heyler, Edward W., 88, Williamsport, Pa., 

Heysham, Jennie E., 81, Nelson, Pa. 
Heysham, Samuel R., 81, No. 59 Grant St., 

Hornellsville, N. Y., conductor Erie Ry. 
Hickcox. Evaline (Mrs. Samuel Pearson), 83, 

Wellsboro, Pa. 
Hickok. Carrie L.. 96, Troy. Pa., teacher. 
Higgins. Eliza H., 86, Somers Lane, Pa., 

♦Hill. Lizzie C. (Mrs. L. L. Bailey), E 69, M 71. 
Hillis, Susie (Mrs. C. F. Dayton). 75, Towan- 

da. Pa. 
Hillis. Lora, 97. Rusliville, Pa., teacher. 
Hillis. Nellie. 97. Rusliville. Pa., teacher. 
Hitchcock, Andrew B., 84, Knoxville, Pa., 

Hlte, Mrs. J. A. (nee Jennie Webster), 81, Lin- 
coln. Nebraska. 
Hoard, Harry Reed, E 93. S 94. Mansfield, 

Pa., student Lafayette college. 
Hoard. Joseph S,, 71, Mansfield, Pa., general 

lloban. Charles Frances. 94. Wilkes Barre, 

Pa., teacher. 
Hodgson. Mary D. (Mrs. D. S. Jennings). 84, 

Anatone. Wash. 
Hoffman, Edith M., 93, No. 411 N. Franklin 

St.. Wilkes Barre, Pa., teacher. 
Holcomb, George M., 96, Mainesburg. Pa., 

♦Holden, Mrs. F. (nee Hannah I. Dart), 66. 
Hollands. Louise J. (Mrs. Charles H. Friends), 

71, MUlerton, Pa. 
Hollands. Lucy M. (Mrs. Chas. S. Rockwell), 

78, Blossburg. Pa. 
Hollenbeck. Amos F.. 77. Springfield, Colo., 

Hollenbeck. Conrad, 69. Lincoln, Nebraska, 

Holmes, Edward E., 81, Jackson, Pa., dentist. 
Hornet, Frank. 91. Wyaluslng, Pa. 
Hornet, Lida H., 86,Wyalusing, Pa., teacher. 
Hooker, Mrs. A. S. (nee Jane C. Doane), 67, 

Troy, Pa. 



Hooker. Ida E (Mrs. A. Baumann). E 75. S Hurley. Daniel P.. 95. Fall Brook. Pa.. 

79, Scranton. Pa. teacher. 

Hope Bernard J., 91, Lovelton. Pa., lawyer. Hasted, Ella A. (Mrs. Homer F. KtagBley). 
Horlacker, Kate E. (Mrs. P. M. Billiard), 79. 71, Mansfield. Pa. 

Newberry Pa. Busted, Bay. 97, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Hornbeck, Carrie Louisa, 94, Dingman's Hosted. Ruth is.. M. I>. (Mrs. Frank A. 

Ferry. Pa., teacher. Kirch), 88, No. .wr. Superior St.. Cleve- 

Horning, Ida • M.. 93. Wellsboro, Pa., teacher. land.O. 

Horton, Belle C, 79. Blossburg. Pa., teacher Huston. S. M . St C E 90, Mountain Lake.Pa., 
Horton, Chas. H., 88, Clifford, Pa., teacher., teacher. 

Horton Flora. 91, .loirs Corners.Pa.. teacher. Huston. Mrs. S. M. (nee Lizzie B. Moody!. 86, 
Horton, Helen B.. 94, Harford, Pa , teacher. Franklindale. Pa. 

Horton. Mary A., 75. Lawrenceville, Pa.. Hutcheson. Jennie Eva, 94. Blossburg. Pa.. 

teacher. teacher. 

Horton, Myra (Mrs. J. C. Doane), 69. Law- Hyatt. Mrs. B.F. (nee Phoebe Strong), M 91. No. 

renceville Pa. 1495 Main St.. Peekskill. N. Y. 

Horton. Nellie Campbell, 94. Westfleld, Pa., Hyde. Mrs. Jno. W. (nee Lizzie A. Gavigani 

*■ pjl o\\ PT* 

Hotehkiss. John N.. 91, Lambs Creek, Pa. 

•House, Julia E., 67; 

Houghwout, Adell. 80. No. 138 Prospect St 

Binghamton, N. Y.. teacher 
Howard, Bloomfleld II.. 88. ' 

Pa., teacher 

Samuel H. Jewell), 

'9. Elniira. N. Y. 
•Hymes. Geo. I.. 83. 
Ingham. Anna B. (Mrs. 

89. Canton, Pa. 
•Ingham, Frederick W., 7ti. 
Auburn Centre, I Jackson. Frank S.. 98, Ansonia, Pa., teacher. 
Jagger. Carrie A. (Mrs. Thomas E. Evans), 

Howe. Albert D., 77. Whitesvllle, N. T..mer-j 84. Stokesdale, Pa. 

chant. James. Benton E.. 77. Montrose, Pa., princl- 

Howe, Yan V., 96, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. pal of schools. 

Howe, Mrs. Albert D. (nee Carrie E. Case), James, Cora Rees, 84, Plullipsburg, Pa., 

7(5, Whitesvllle, N. Y. teacher. 

Howe, Emily E.. 78, Lansford. Pa., teacher. James, Effle M. (Mrs. A. J. Dickinson), M ,1, 
Howe, Mrs John (nee Luella L. Howe), 83,! Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

Bradford, Pa. IJames. Mrs. Frank F. (nee Etta Squier), 88, 

Howe, Luella L. (Mrs. John Howe), 83. Brad- Ely. Minn. 

ford Pa James, Harry A.. M. D.. 84. Montrose, Pa. 

Howe, Lydia (Mrs. W. W. English). 71. Wells- James. Luna Evelyn (Mrs. Rev. F.B.Cornell). 

DOTO Pa 91, Pike's Creek, Pa. 

Howe. Mabel E (Mrs. J. C. Hazlett). 81, Hun- James, Mark C, 95. M 96, Wilkes Barre. Pa., 

tingdon. Pa. teacher. 

Howell, Win. Harry. 93, Round Top. Pa.. James, Wayne T.. 89. No. 83 Madison Ave. 

medical student. University of Penn. ' Wilkes Barre. Pa., teacher. 

Howland. Eunice (Mrs. C. B. Campbell), 73,|Jayne. Mary F., 9,, Tunkhannock, Pa., 

Nelson, Pa. teacher. 

•Hubbard. Harriet L„ 68. Jarvis. Frank Henry. St C E 93, Meshoppen 

Hubbard, Wilson R„ 83. East Charleston, Pa. Pa., principal of schools. 

Hudson, Mary E.. 88. Seeley Creek, N. Y.'jelliff, Glen. 94, Wellsboro, Pa., drug clerk. 

teacher [Jenkins. William O., 97, East Charleston, 

Hudson, Mattie E.. 83, Elmira, N.Y.. teacher. Pa., teacher. 

Hughes. Alice, 87. Blossburg. Pa., teacher. Jennings, Mrs. D. S. (nee Mary D. Hodgson), 
Hughes. Jennie. 95, Blossburg, Pa., teacher., 84, Anatone, Washington. 

Hughes, Mary E., 67. Castlne, Me., teacher Jennings. Jennie M., M 91. Canton. Pa. 

S. N. S.' iJerald, Margaret E., 96. Mansfield. Pa., 

Hulslander, Emma (Mrs. A. D. Colegrove). teacher. 

Liberty Pa 'Jewell, Mrs. Samuel H. (nee Anna B. Ing 

Hulslander, Winiield S.. LL B.. 75,. 8 77,1 ham), 80. Canton, Pa. 

office No. 134 Washington ave.. Scran- Johnson, Carrie Belle, 90, Halstead, Pa., 

ton, Pa., lawyer. teacher. 

Hulslander, Mrs. W. S. (nee Mannie Coyle),. •Johnson. Ella F.. 68. 

75 S 77, Scranton. Pa. Johnson; H. Jean (Mrs. Harris labor), S 83, 

Humphrey, Wilmot G., M. D.. 77,Elkland. Pa. Scranton. Pa. 

Hunt Emma B. (Mrs. Frederick Moorei. M Johnson, Mrs. J. 11. (nee Louise Lyon), ,4, 

71 Binghamton, N. Y. No. 614 Nicollet Ave.. Minneapolis, 

Hunt, Frederick B.. 91. iGrad. Bucknell). Minn. 

Square Top. Pa., teacher. Johnson, Laura E. (Mrs. H. E. Metcalfj, (8, 

•Hunt, Lottie M., M 78. ; Mansfield. Pa. 

Huntington, Ellen, 93, North Bingham. Pa.. Johnson, Leona B , 91, Mansfield, Pa.. 

teacher. teacher. 

Hurlbut, Carrie L.. 88. Nelson Pa., teacher. 'Johnson, Lottie M„ 89, stenographer, Wells- 
Hurlbut, Sarah B., 93. Westfleld. Pa..teacher.J boro. Pa. 

Hurlbut, Helen Louise. 93, Scranton, Pa. l*Johnson, Lura E. (Mrs. Y\ G. Lent), 88. 


£ffi SKS^g^fiSK^ £ ***%£"< '^ Black Cre «* N ' Y " cl <^'- 

Johns™ A.. 87, Mllford, Pa., teacher. *^ ^"tortta?"' "' ^ C ° Vi " g 
Johnson. .Mrs. S. A.. ST. Milrord.Pa.. teacher. Kelley. William A 89 No 111 West Tann 

JomSSTl. (Mrs Dr. E. H. Ashcratt,. 77. KeUy « Mfp^he? ^ 
Jones! °» rt L. p! Vr, Tyrtoghani, Mass., gfc S^i!V^iJfeJg?g er i te «,. 
JonesSllaA. , - - -« - -- ton, Pa., teacher. 


Jones, Morton Frost. 98, Mansfield 

student Lafayette College. 
Jones, Rachel (Mrs. Edward R. Miller) 90 

Gloversville, x. Y. 
Jones. Solomon D.. 95, Wellsboro Pa 

Jones. Mrs. T. P. (nee Edith L. Shaw) 88 

Montrose. Pa., teacher 

♦Kennedy, George. 7.5. 
•Kennedy, Marion (Mrs. S. C. Delapi 67 
Kennedy. Stephen H., 76, Waukegan, 111 

lawyer, insurance and real estate 
Kenny, John A., 89. No. 31 North St.. Wilkes 

Barre. Pa., teacher. 
Kenny, Maud Anna, 90, No. 31 North St., 

Jones. Winnie, 90, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. Kent, E^h^fSlfb^erjTj^teaeher 

JOraa S n crfc' P«cS. **— ^ , ^'" i^'arY fee^l ^ »< 
Scrlntontpa 3 '^ - '^ 1>UtSt ° n *™\™*»J^B?* North' Bingham, Pa., 
jSdle ^sSn'Ri'M^n«fl U Ji e f i ,P fc te ? ch i r ' Kles Htni^H.; 81. Condersport, Pa. 

Judfe Kw'S^'i Sf-wifr 0he v Kles '' 1 : Anna " ' J ~- No - m Lackawanna Ave., 
juugc Mi.- .. l w, (neeMjia Lee Williams), Scranton, Pa., teacher. 

, , ;V , ,-"\ a Kllbourne. Mrs.Edgarmee Vnna F Gilmonn 

Judson. Mrs. « m. N. (nee Annie M. Bolles), St. BuBols p ;l .Gtimoui), 

^HatS^he?' - ^p^^^ift.???^ Run, 
i£SS£ 8r iffi£ I^WiSuV^pf """"i^tni", ^T '" ee EVLl MCKtanle) ' M ' 
Kearggna Teresa, 94, mikes Barre,Pa.: ""Wt fer^en^ JgSSf ElU - 
Keargfgse H. (,, Wilkes Barre, ^SBg??^P*^S*SSre,fS&^: 
peft!1 a |& n e.95.FallBrook,Pa..teacherJ Klng ' M ^sfliui r V' """^ ">' * " 3 ' 

^y , S?SS^&Wt^^ w 1 mnB 'JSS5?' % - ColumMa x **»«■ Pa - 

i^;SgM£3S^ i, &3£?i5 ^'teSr Is: " l! " v ' % - Canton - Pa - 

Ke,n'y , Xe,*; i eK.'s,.Xo 116 Michigan Ave Kfn %»f|- &A. (nee Mart Close), 78, West- 

Chicago, jewelry Inspector. *Klngsland. Mary M 77 

Kehler Sherman I 89, (Grad. Cornell),! Kingsley, Anna 'Kent. 91, S 93. Mansfield 

Kehle^i^idn'^^S'-S'-weHshoro.' MSS, 1™«*"» "«#& 

ft-MSTa, 78, Wlnaeld, Pa„ salesf "Hfe SSS? W "■ Pal " ter Rlm ' 

Kelley^harles B., 88, Port Allegany. Pa ^tme^ ^^ 9 "' ManSfleW ' Pa ' 

KahfWiSJffllS wes, covmgton, Kms fi y &£Z%l (nee EIla A Hu8ted >' 

KeliafihSSS- Josephln, . ,,. scranton, S I^B^Ii IK'®^ 
gjmJ.ii. I teacher. 



Kirch, Mrs, Frank A. (nee Ruth B. Husted).|Lee, Maine, 86, No. 125 Fine St., Harrlsbnrg, 

M. D., 08. No. 500 Superior St., Clove-! Pa., teacher. 

land. Ohio. Lee, Mary E., 92. Ashley, Pa., teacher. 

Klock, Martha May, 94, Covington, Pa., Lee. Mrs. Win. (nee Florence S. Cray), 78, 

teacher. Russell, Kan. 

Knapp, Allen H., 88, (Grad. Harvard), Alton, Leet, Mary Alice, 91, Dundaff, Pa,, teacher. 

N. Y., teacher. Leet, Frank Arthur. 93, Ulysses.l'a.. teacher. 

Knapp, Lucy M (Mrs. L. W. Webb), 6V, Lent. Albert S., &>, wellsboro. Pa., fanner. 

Wellsboro, Pa, "Lent, Cora Ethel (Mrs. George Higley), 98. 

'Knapp, Samuel Dense, 90, Harrington, Del.. ■♦Lent, Mrs. G. W. (nee Lura E. Johnson). 88. 

Knapp, Mrs. (nee Susan B. Crandall), 09, 

Stevensville, Pa. 
Knight, Susie A. Delphine, 90, No. 1547 Ca- 

pouse Ave., Scranton, Pa. 
Knowlton, Lillie (Mrs. D. W. Williams), so. 

Denver. Colo. 
Knowlton. Matthew Scott, 94, Covington, Pa.. 

Knowlton, SadieL.. 95,Covington,Pa. , teacher. 
*Knox, Mrs. C. H. (nee Sarah J. Shove), 00. 
♦Koerner. Mame L„ 83. 
Kohler, Lydia Ada. 91, Mardin, Pa., teacher, 
Koon, Mary S., 97, Lawrenceville, Pa., 

Krouse, Mrs. Louis (nee Elizabeth M. Fens 

ler), 87, No. 135 Washington Ave 

toona. Pa. 

Krug, Edgar M., 90, Williamsport, Pa..!*Levan, Abbie G 
teacher. 85. 

Krusen, Mrs. Richard (nee Sarah I. Lewis), Levisee, Mrs. A. W. 
71, Westrteld, Pa. 77. Lemon, Pa. 

Lacev, Asa P.. 78. West Auburn, Pa.. teacher. Lewis A. Llewellyn, 

Lace'y, Marion L. (Mrs. c. B. Whipple), so, printer. 

Leonard, Anna Julia, M. 90, Granville Cen- 
tre, Pa. 
Leonard, Austin, 08. Troy, Pa., farmer. 
Leonard, Frank M., 80, Welisville, N. Y.. 

Leonard, Mrs. Frank M, (nee Carrie H. 

Close), 80, Welisville. N. Y. 
Leonard, Fred C. 74. Coudersport, Pa., 

(Grad. Y r ale) lawyer. 
Leonard, Mrs. Fred C. (nee Estella G. Cook), 

74, Coudersport. Pa. 
Leonard, George Austin, 94, Troy, Pa., 

Leonard. James N., 79, Eldridge, Pa., 

Leonard. Mary G.,90, Scranton. Pa., teacher. 
Al-jLeonard, Solomon S, 90, Pine City, N. Y - ., 


(Mrs. William S. Porter), 
mee Dora L. Stevens), 

"No. ill Putnam Ave.. Brooklyn, N. V. 

Lacev, Raymond H„ C 1' 96, Laceyville, Pa. 
Lain, E. Jennie (Mrs. Nesbitt). 83, Kingston, 

Lain. Lizzie, 89, Lehman. Pa., teacher. 
Lain, Rachel B., M. D., 84, San Francisco. 

Lamb, Charles L , 70, Minneapolis Minn., 


74, New Y'ork, N. Y". 

School St., Brad- 
Mansfield, Pa., 

97, Beech Creek 


Lamkin, Minnie. 

Lancaster, G. Antoinette 

Pa., teacher. 
Landon, Bion W., 83, Elmira, N. Y., R 

Lane, Mrs. W. F. (nee Emma Adams). 

Ridgway, Pa. 
Langan. George. 71. 
Langdon, Winnie A., 90, Mansfield, Pa. 

•Lannoii. Robert M„ 78. 
Lathrop. Wilbur F., 70, Carbondale, Pa, 

Lawrence, Josephine (Mrs. T. A. Fessler), 

89. M. 92, Elkland. Pa. 
Lawrence. Margaret Effle, ill. Mansfield, Pa. 


Lewis. Nellie A.. 85, No. 5' 

ford. Pa., teacher. 
Lewis, Lena Rivers, 96, 

Lewis, Mary L., 90, West Covington, Pa., 

Lewis, Sarah I. (Mrs. Richard Krusen), 71, 

Westfleld, Pa. 
Lewis. Winfield O., 71, West Covington. Pa., 

p;).. farmer. 

Lincoln. Mary E„ M. D. (Mrs. Dr. E. W. 
Forksville.i Gould), 80, Thomaston, Mane. 

Lindsley. Frank Irwin, 93, Lawrenceville, Pa. 
RJ Little, Jessie P., 75. s. 77, Laporte, Pa , 

79,!Lloyd, Morgan J„ 87. Olyphant, Pa .teacher. 
ILobingler, Mrs. Dr. Stewart (nee Kate Rey- 

yolds, M. D.l. 70, Denver, Colo. 
Lockhart. Mrs. C. E. (nee Carrie E. Wiggins), 

86, Ridgway, Pa. 
Logan, Lizzie W.. 85, Blossburg. Pa , teacher. 
Long. Minerva J., 96, Renovo. Pa., teacher. 
Longbothum, Ray Clare, 81, S. 94, Mans- 
field, Pa , teacher. 
Longstreet, William R,, 83, Mansfield, Pa., 

teacher S. N. S. 
Longstreet, .Mrs. Wm. R. (nee Lucy Ransom), 

Leach, Harvey v.. 83. Blossburg.Pa., lawyer ! 82. Mansfield, Pa. 

Leach, Helen E.. 96, Chinchilla, Pa., teacher. *Loomis, Helen H. (Mrs. R. W. Smalley), 71. 
Learned, Cora Alice. 90. Pine City, N. Y., Losey, Mary Emily, 94, Nelson, Pa„ teacher. 
teacher. Lott, Mrs. Ernest (nee Martha J. Carlin), 90, 

Leahy, James R., 91. Wilawana, Pa., teacher. Auburn Four Corners, Pa. 

Lee, Anna Frances. 91. Ashley, Pa., teacher. Loveless, Edith June, 95, Tioga, Pa., teacher. 
Lee, Hattie W„ 92, Honesdale, Pa., teacher. Lowe, Vlra (Mrs. M. P. Burch), 87, Aspin 
Lee, Jennie S., 84, Honesdale, Pa., leaeher, I Colo. 



Lownsberry, Ida L. (Mrs. Rev. F. P. Sim- McCarthy. Margurite A., 90, No. 150 Second 

mons), 88, Almond, N. Y. gt.. Elraira, N. Y 

Lownsberry, Edith A., -91, Canoe Camp, Pa., McCawley. John E., 84. Dickinson City Pa 

teacher. teacher. 

Lubrecht, William, 89, No. 616 S. Main St.- McCollom, Lisle, 9S,Troy,Pa., student Cornell 

Wilkes Barre. Pa. , teacher. McCollom, Louise, 95, Troy, Pa., student Cor- 

Ludlani, Mrs. Samuel (nee Florence E. Bush), nell 

90. Academy Corners, Pa. McCord, Marv, St. C. E„ 09. Lewisburg, Pa 

Lugg, Mrs. A. Waldo (nee Emma L. Starkey). teacher" 

8& Knoxville Pa McOonnell. Stella (Mrs. Charles H.Benson), 

Lugg, Charles H., 84, Knoxville, Pa., mer-> 92, Rutland, Pa. 

chant. McCormack, John. 89, Ashley. Pa., teacher. 

Lung, Elnora (Mrs. E. L. Bevens), 06, Deca-lMcCormack. Katherine Alberta, 90, Ashley 

tur. 111. Pa., teacher. 

Lung, Henry, 85, Seattle. Wash., lawyer. McCormack, Frank T.. 91, No. 10 S. Franklin 
Lung, Mary Grace, 84, Wyalusing, Pa. J St., Wilkes Barre, Pa., lawyer. 

Lusch, Mrs. Hannah S.inee Hannah Sherer),;McCulloch, Samuel Johnson, 75, Kansas 

M. 73. No. 507 Carlton Ave., Brooklyn, City, Mo lawyer 

N. Y 
Lyon, Frank R., 89, Arnot, Pa., civil and 

mining engineer. 
Lyon, George Martin, 92, Spring Hill, Pa.. 

Lyon, Louise (Mrs. J. H. Johnson), 74, No. 

614 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

McDade, Maggie J.," 84, Wilkes Barre, Pa., 

McDowell, Mrs. Charles (nee Rena Watts), 

91. Mansfield, Pa. 
McFarland, Mrs. W. A. (nee Laura Z. Hall), 

75. Watsontown, Pa. 
McGann. Agnes G., 87, Wilkes Barre, Pa., 

Lyon, Lucetta (Mrs. George W. Bolles), 69,1 teacher 

West Auburn Pa. McCann, Ella, 87, Wilkes Barre, Pa., teacher. 

Lyon. Mary. 94, * all Brook. Pa., teacher. McGrath. John, M. D., 91, resident physician 
•Lyman, Samuel H., 79. Lackawanna hospital. Scranton, Pa. 

Mackey, Manley, 88. Lathrop. Pa., farmer. McGraw. Ella. 88, Alton, Pa., teacher 
Maclay, Edwin, 84. Waverly, Pa., teacher. McGregor, Mrs. Rev. D. (nee Ada F Cole) 
Mahon, Alfred Neale,90, No. 30 N. Main St., 71, Stevensville Mont 

. Pittston, Pa. McGore'rn, Ella F.' % 97,' Herrick, Pa., 

Main, Joseph O., 86, Mehoopany, Pa., teacher.. teacher 

Maine, Charles L., M. D., 83, Helvetia, Clear- McGuigan, Julia, 90, No. 2325 Blrney Ave 

Held. Co., Pa. Scranton. Pa,, teacher. 

Maine, Howard P., 80, Mainesburg, Pa. McGulre, FrankH., 94, Cicero.N. Y„ teacher 

Maitland, Theodore H., 82, Liberty, Pa, .IMoGuire.George Thomas.93. Wilkes Barre Pa 

. teacher. iMcHale, Thomas F„ 90, Olyphant, Pa„ 

Major. Alice Gertrude. 91, Lehman, Pa, teacher 

Malia, Lizzie V., 91, No. 932 Prospect Ave.. Mclnroy, Mrs. Samuel F. (nee Rose S. Roek- 

. Scranton, Pa., teacher. we ii), 87, Middlebury, Pa. 

Manley. Rush Emmett, 88, Presho, N. Y. .*McKay, James E , 68 
Mann, Arthur L., 90, Mansfield. Pa., teacher. McKeah, Charles B., 73. Boston Building 

Marcy, Milton S.. M. D.. 75, Aimesville, 111 
Marsh, Jessie M., 89, Lamb's Creek, Pa., 

teacher and farmer. 
Marvin, John C, 97, Covington, Pa., teacher. 
•Marvin, Harry B., 91. 
Marvin, Isabelle, 90, Covington, Pa., 

Marvin. William Cameron, 88, Mansfield, 

Pa., teacher. 
Marvin, Mrs, Wm. C. (nee Ina Reese), 89, 

Manstleld, Pa. 
Mather. John W., 71, Wellsboro. Pa., lawyer. 
Matthews. John I.. 80,Elinira.N. Y ..salesman 
Mattison, Fannie L. (Mrs. Woodford), 83, 

Tunesassa, N. Y. 
Maxey, Benjamin Franklin, 93, Forest City. 

Pa., student N 

Maxey, George D. 90, Forest City, Pa., 

Maxey, William Solomon, 90, Montrose, Pa.. 

McAuliff, M. C. 95, Marden, Pa., teacher. 
McCarthy, Frank Augustus, 93, Miner's 

Mills, Pa., teacher. 

Denver, Colo., with Colorado Coal and 

Iron Co. 
*McKean, Mrs. Chas. B. (Urania E. Dayton), 

M. 73. 
McKean, Mrs. Chas. B. (nee Addie M. Elliott ), 

75. No, 724 Nineteenth Ave., Denver, 
' Colo. 
McKee, James Milford. 78, Silver Creek, N. 

Y., principal of schools. 
McKinney. Edgar E , 81, Breesport, N. Y. 
*McKinney, Mrs. Edgar E. (nee Mary S. 

Baldwin), 87. 
McKinney, Eva (Mrs. Joseph Kilmer), 93, 

Elmira, N. Y. 
McKinney, Louis H., 96. Somers Lane, Pa., 


College of Phar- McKinney. Mrs. Walter S. (nee Martha A. 
Baldwin), 78, No. 575 Washington Boul., 
Chicago, 111. 

McLaughlin, Alice Clare, 93. No. 100 E. Mar- 
ket St., Wilkes Barre, Pa., teacher. 

McManama, Elizabeth C, 90, No. 331 Pittston 
Ave., Scranton, Pa., teacher. 

McWhorter, Minnie B , 80, Webb's Mills, N. 

y., teacher. 



Medley, Idas. (Mrs. William H.Burdlck),89,|Montgomery, Charles Richard, 93, West 

Franklin, Mass. Franklin. Pa., teacher. 

Meehan, Rose Anastasla, 04, Scranton. Pa., Moody, Dora H.. 97. C. P. 97, Mansfield, Pa. 

teacher. , Moody, Lizzie B. (Mrs. S M. Hnston), 8h, 

Meine, Philip, 86, Germania.. Pa., teacher. Franklindale, Pa. 

Melville, Mrs. Harry T. (nee Jessie O. Camp- Moody, Mono (Mrs. Bugene T. Barnes), 8,, 

bell), 80, Luther's Mills, Pa. Mansfield. Pa. 

♦Merrick Alma M (Mrs W. L. Bliss). 70. Moon. Charles,).. 89, Butternut Grove.N. Y.. 
Merrick. Clinton V.. 70. Bradford. Pa.. Supt. Supt, Colchester Chemical Co. 

NY L E & W Ry Moore. Mrs. Frederick (nee Emma B. Hunt), 

Merrick*. George E., 96, Galeton, Pa.. M Tl.Blngliamton, N. Y. 

teacher. i Moore. Jennie. M 96, New Milford, Pa., 

Merrltt, Henry W., 95, Plains, Pa, teacher. I teacher. 

Metcalf, Floral v., 98. Austin, Pa. Moore, Ed. V.. 84. Castle, Mont., ranchman. 

Metcalf, Mrs. H. E. (nee Laura E. Johnson), jMoran. Mrs. John L. (nee Mary K. Richards). 

78, Mansfield, Pa. 85, Rock Island, 111. 

Meylert. Frank W„ SB. Laport, Pa., Supt.lMorgan, Edward W., 92, New Milford, Pa., 

of schools, Sullivan Co.. Pa. teacher. 

Michels, Mrs. J. S. (nee Nora I. Bond), 91. Morgan, Elizabeth Roberts, 94. Kingston, Pa. 

Meshoppen Pa jMorlev. Fannie, 90, No. 1720 N. Fifth St., 

Mlddaugh, Edith, 97, Somers Lane, Pa., Harrisburg, Pa., teacher 

teacher Morley, Grace E., 91, Green's Landing, Pa., 

Mlddaugh. Ella (Mrs. E. A. Beale), M 73, No.i teacher. 

018 Hough Ave.. Cleveland. Ohio. Morris, Mrs. Wilbur H. (nee Carrie A. Coop- 

Miles, Sarah ,1 ., 91. Kingston, Pa., teacher. er). 89, Tunkhannock, Pa. 

Mlliken, Beatrice. 90. Gelatt, Pa., teacher 
Miller, Albert Osser, Jr., A. B . LL.B..LL.M. 

85, No. 70 Grove St., Passaic, N. J 


Morrison. Sarah (Mrs. B. F 

Liberty, Pa. 
Morse, Frances E„ 97, Oswayo 


Werline), 71, 


Miller. Clarence B.. 78, Nanticoke, Pa., StateiMorse, John H . 90. Lakeside, Pa., teacher. 

representative iMorse, Kate. 98, Athens. Pa., teacher. 

Miller. Eliza M. (Mrs. Fred S. Fitzgerald), 79, Morse, Lucy M„ 77. Montrose, Pa., teacher. 

Waverly N Y iMoorse. William D, 91,Troy.Pa..lawstudent. 

Miller. Harriett A. W., 97, Shedekerville. IMorse, R. Lena (Mrs, Rev. T. D. Butler), 71, 

Pa., teacher. 8 79, Abington. Knox Co., 111. 

Miller, Emma E.. 92, Mainesburg. Pa. ,*Mowrey. Alfred. 83. 

Miller. Mrs. Edward R. (nee Rachel Jones),90.!Mulhern, Mary J.. 87. No. 138 S. Grant St., 

Gloversville N. Y. Wilkes Barre, Pa., teacher. 

Miller, John L,, 85, Corning, N. Y., teacher. (Mullen, John J., 96, Minooka. Pa., teacher 
Miller, Lillian Rebecca, 98, Lovelton, Pa., Munn, Alice R. (Mrs. Ralph E. Burdick), 89, 

teacher. Smethport. Pa. . •> 

Miller. William B.. 86. Moscow. Pa., teacher. Monro, Belle. 04. Morris Run. Pa., teacher. 
Miller. Willis S., 88, (Grad. Lafayette), Tunk-jMurdough, George P., 80. No. 5501 Lake Ave , 

hannock, Pa., lawyer. Chicago, 111. 

Millmore. Mrs. Wm. (nee Ida M. Rogers). 83,.Muir, James. 95, Fall Brook, Pa., teacher. 

Sitka, Alaska. Murphy, John Lester- 93. Mansfield, Pa. 

Mills, John, 76, No. 416 Guaranty Loan Build- Murphy. Katharine Elizabeth, 93, Morris 

ing. Minneapolis, Minn., civil engineer Run. Pa., teacher. 

Mills Mrs. Jno. (nee Rose Voorhess), M 73. Murphy. Margaret. 96, Morris Run, Pa.. 

Minneapolis. Minn. teacher. 

Mills Mrs Dr. J. M. (nee Lizzie Z. Beverson), Murray, M. A.. 88, Hazle Ave.. Wilkes Barre, 

'82, Antrim. Pa. Pa., teacher. 

Mills L Agnes. 88, Ariel. Pa., teacher. Murray, Petronella, 90, Arnot. Pa., teacher. 

Mills Rachel Addle, 94, Round Top. Pa, Myer, Nellie Rita, 92. Towanda. Pa, teacher. 

teacher. Myer, Thos. E., 00, Towanda. Pa., life ln- 

♦Ming. Jacob K., 73. surance. 

Mitchell. Franc C. (Mrs. William C.Edwards). Nailen, May, 91. Canton. Pa., teacher. 

77, Lamed, Kansas. Nares, Mrs. Geo. (nee Mina Hall). 82. Corn 

Mitchell. Mrs. H. A. (nee Kate Neal), 84, ! ing. N. Y. 

Blossburg. Pa. Nash, Margaret G., 0,, Antrim, Pa., 

Mitchell, Mary, (Mrs. ). 80, Wells, Pa. teacher. 

Mitchell. Ray. 96, Millerton, Pa., teacher. Nash, Sarah Agnes, 08. Antrim. Pa. . teacher. 
Mold, Fred, 87, Blossburg, Pa.,clvil engineer, Neal, Kate (Mrs. H. A. Mitchell). 84, Bloss- 
Mollahan, Anna A., 90, No. 345 Park Ave.. burg. Pa. 

Wilkes Barre. Pa. iNeefe. Addie C. (Mrs. Ernest L. Wells). 8i. 

Mongan, Kate A., 92, Dunmore, Pa., teacher. Oswayo. Pa. 

Monks. Kate Edna. 95, Chatham Valley, Pa., Neefe, Katherine. 96. Sweden, Pa,, teacher. 

teacher Nelson. Alexander, 82. 117 Chestnut St., 

♦Montgomery. Mrs.E.M. (nee Fanny Green),7li Philadelphia, Pa., book keeper. 



Jr., 96, Covington. Pa., 

Nelson, John F 

Nesbitt, Mrs. (nee E. Jennie Lain), 83, Kings- 
ton. Pa. 
Newell. Eleanor E.. '.10, South Hill. Pa.. 

Newell. Mrs. Rev. Clias. K. (nee Hattie B. 

Pitts), 83, Big Flats. X. Y. 
Newell Frank St.. no. Elmlra, x. Y.. dentist. 
Newt, m. E. Louise. 97, Brooklyn, Pa.. 

Nicol. Annie Forbes, 07. Fall Brook, Pa., 

Nicholson. .Mrs, Kev. J. mee Blanche Crowli. 

88. Binghamton, x. Y. 
•Nields. Anna. 68. 
Oakley. Martha L„ 98, No. 818 Batv St., 

Elmira X. Y.. teacher. 
Oakley. Pearl M., 96, Elmira. X. Y., teacher. 
O'Bo.vle. Ella J., 90, Xo. -.'is Railroad Ave., 

Scranton, Pa., teacher. 
O'Boyle. Kate. 93. Xo. Sis Railroad Ave.. 

Scranton, Pa. 
O'ConneU. Anna Gertrude 03, Harrisburg. 

Pa., teacher. 
O'ConneU. Catherine At., 90, Xo. kmi Vernon 

St., Harrisburg. Pa., teacher. 
O'Connor, Lura 93 Morris. Pa. 
O'Dell, Mrs T. E. mee Agues M. Bavnes). 89, 

Mansfield. Pa. 
O'Hara, John .).. on. Olyphant, Pa., teacher. 
Olmstead, clement J.. 78. Wellsville. X. Y'. 
O'Neill, Anna C, 85, M 85, No.212 X. Main St., 

Wilkes Barre. Pa. 
O'Neill, Daniel L.. no. Xo. 212 X. Main St., 

Wilkes Barre, Pa., teacher. 
Orr, William, oo. Stony Fork. Pa., teacher. 
Osborne, Chas. K , 86, Forest Lake. Pa„ 

*( isthaus. ArthurC, 75 
Osgood. Ruth, 05. Mansfield. Pa., teacher. 
Oxertleld. Edward F.. 86,811ver Plume.Colo.. 

0\ erfleld, Minnie. 03.Meshoppen. Pa .teacher 
Overfleld, Peter D.. (' P oo. Skinners Eddy. 

Pa., student University of Penn 
Owen. May. 92. Jobs Corners, Pa., teacher. 
uwen. Minnie Maud, 93, Jobs corners. Pa , 

te icher 

. st Phillips, wis . lawyer. 
oo. Williamsport, Pa., 

Owen, William F 
Packard. A. J. 

Paine, David, C 1 

. Troy. Pa., teacher 
Painter, Frances M..89.Elmira.N V .teacher 
Palmer. Eunice L. (Mrs. C. S. Vail), 70, New 

Mih"ord Pa. 
Palmer, Helen M., 70. Mansfield. Pa 
••Palmer. Jessie F. (Mrs, Lloyd G.Bullardi.89 
Palmer. Lily. oo. Piiceburg. Pa., teacher. 
Palmer. Lulu A.. 07. Mansfield. Pa., 

i eacher. 
Palmer. Ulysses Grant 80. Oakland. Md.. 

Rupt. schociis. Garrett county. 
Partite IsaacC.. Blossburg. Pa., miner. 
Park. Mrs. a. D mee Annie M. Demurest i. 75. 

Waveiiy. X V 
Parke, Leonard A... ;o. Russell. Kan. .teacher. 
Parks. Caroline M„ 05. Tioga. Pa., student 

S. X. s. 

Parker. Augusta, 96, Canton. Pa., teacher. 

Parker. F. Blanche. 97, Westfleld, Pa., 

Parks. Emma E. (Mrs. Ed. Burton). 70 Mans- 
field. Pa. 

♦Parsons. Edna. 79. 

Patchen, Frank H.. 90. Covington. Pa. .clerk. 

Patchen, w. Howard, 97, Covington, Pa., 

Patterson. Andrew H.. 05, Glen Richey , Pa.. 

Patterson. Rhoda, 05, Arnot. Pa , teacher. 

Patterson. Emily M. (Mrs. Adolph N Wil- 
liams), 75, Stockholm. Sweden. 

Patten. Melcora (Mrs. J. p. Purdy), 83, Oakes- . 
dale, Wash. 

Paul. Anna L. 07. Philadelphia. Pa., teacher. 

Payne, Alice R., 97. Jackson Summit, Pa., 

Payne, Katherlne M..91. Morris. Pa.teacher. 

Pearson. Ella M.. 95, Fall Brook, Pa. .teacher. 

Pearson, Mrs. Samuel (nee Evaline Hickox), 
SO, Wellsboro. Pa. 

Peck. Anna G. (Mrs. W. H. Capell). 83, Mans- 
field, Pa. 

Peck. .Mrs. C. L. ( nee Ida M. Stoddard), 71, 
Coudersport, Pa. 

Peck. Eva (Mrs. Win. Spoor). 7->. Osceola. Pa. 

Peck. Nellie L., 06, Elmhurst, Pa., teacher. 

Peck, Welland A.. 92. Elmhurst. Pa., medical 
student University of Penn. 

Peck. William H.. 81. Nelson, Pa. 

Perkins, Ruth M.. 89, Hazleton. Pa., teacher. 

Perry. Mrs. A. M. (nee Carrie A. Pratt), 77, 
Mansfield. Pa. 

Peterson. Mrs. W. S. inee Helen O. Brandt), 
71. Rapid City, Black Co., Dak. 

Peterson, Harry S., 90. Mansfield, Pa., 

Phillips, Cora H. (Mrs. Chas. H. Ashton), 91, 
Cambridge. Mass. 

Phillips. Helen. (Mrs. E. A. Cruttenden), 90, 
Scranton, Pa. 

Phillips. Bert L., 95. Gaines, Pa., teacher. 

Phoenix. Lydia Ellen, 79, A. M.. O. M.. M. A 
Troy. Pa. 

Pierce. Ida Mae, 95, East Smithfield. Pa., 

Pitts, David L., 75, Campbells. N. Y., clergy- 

Pitts. Hattie B. (Mrs Rev. Chas. K. Newc 11), 
83, Big Flats, N. Y. 

Pitts, Mary Ellen. 93. Wellsboro. Pa., clerk 

Pitts. Wayne Apollos, 91. Mansfield, Pa 

Piatt. Mrs. (nee Elizabeth S. Atwood), 88. 
Herricksville. Pa. 

Pneuman. Susie A.. 89, Meshoppen, Pa., 

Pollock. Mrs. Alexander (nee Mary E. Greg- 
ory). 87, Antrim. Pa. 

Pollock, Aydie E.. 95. Antrim, Pa., teacher. 

•Porter. Mrs. Win. (nee Abbie G. LeVan). 85. 

Potter, Electa L., 90, North Jackson, Pa. 

Potter, Faye R. M 91, Hammond, Ind., 
music teacher. 

Potter, Frances Josephine, 93, Keeneyville 



Potter. Myrte McAudrey, 96, Mansfield, Pa.. 

Potter. Velm'a M.. 96, Mansfield, Pa., 

Powers. Josephine v., 96, Pittston. Pa., 

Powers, Mrs. W. W. (nee Emarene Conard), 
67, Kennett's Square. Pa. 

Pratt, Carrie A. (Mrs. A. M. Perry), 77. 
Mansfield, Pa: 

Pratt. Frank L.. 93. Mansfield. Pa., medical 
student University of Venn. 

Pratt. Fred II.88.East Charleston. Pa. .fanner 

Pratt, Mrs. Fred H. (nee Stella Snover), 89. 
East Charleston, Pa. 

Pratt. Vine R.. 68, ReynoldsvlUe, Pa , civil 

Pratt, Mrs. v. it. mee Alice E. Darling), 68. 
Reynoldsville. Pa. 

Presho, Bertha Mabel, 83. Raymond. Pa.. 

Presho. Chester Edward, 90, Raymond. Pa., 

Preston. Elizabeth H.. 92. East Troy, Pa- 

Preston, Emma J.. 7'.). Meshoppen, Pa. 

Preston, Mrs. M. c. mee Naomi S. Wilcox). 
75, Canton, l'a. 

Preston, Susan R. (Mrs. E. G. Seamands), 67. 
Wyoming, Delaware. 

*Prevost. Verriet Edward. 79. 

Prosser. Cleora E.. M. I).. 80, Wheaton. 111. 

Prutsman, Jennie E., 95. Lawrenceville, l'a. 

Prutsman, Angeline Horton. 94, Lawrence- 
ville. l'a.. teacher. 

Pureed. Kate A., 8B,Spokane,Wash., teacher. 

Purdy, Mrs. J. B. (nee Melcora Patton), 83. 
Oakesdale, Wash. 

Quackcnbush, Emma, 97. Tioga, Pa., 

Quinlan, Katharine. 88,Harford,Pa.,teacher. 

Quinlan, Melissa Cameron. 98, Choconut. l'a.. 

Quinn, John J., 91, So. 371 Hazle St.. Wilkes 
Barre. Pa., teacher. 

Ransom. Ruth B.. 96, Harford. Pa., teacher. 

Rafter. Laura Etta, 91, No. 429 Linden St,. 
Seranton. Pa., teacher. 

Raker, Lenora G., 84, Xo. 2819 Douglas St.. 
Omaha, Neb., stenographer. 

Rallston. Ella P.. 07, Honeybrook, Pa- 

*Ralston. Marv A. G., 67. 

Ramsdell, Florian Lee, 90, Mansfield. Pa., 

Ramsdell. Ida Luella, M 91, Corning, N. Y. 

Ransom, Lucy (Mrs. W. R. Longstreet), 82. 
Mansfield, Pa. 

Raymond. Robb Roe. 93.Mansfleld. Pa. .clerk. 

Read. J. Anabel, 83. No. 935 Logan Ave.. San 
Diego, Cal., teacher. 

Reading. James H., 78, Ridgway, Pa., lum- 

Reading. Mrs. James H. (nee Phida E. 
Beardsley). 78. Ridgway, Pa. 

Reese. Addie L. (Mrs. O. E. Crediford, 79, 
Antrim, Pa. 

Reese. Amos Philip, 93, Round Top, Pa., stu- 
dent Lafayette college. 

Reese. Frederick W., 95. Alden, Pa.. teacher- 
Reese, ina (Mrs. William C. Marvin), 89, 

Mansfield, Pa. 
Reese, .nrs. J. K. mee Anna R. Farrer), 79, 

Mansfield. Pa. 
*Reese. M. Lcuise. 86. 
Regan, Ella T„ 88, No. 54 Jackson St., Wilkes 

Barrc l'a,. teacher. 
Retan. ( Uney A.. A. M.. 75, Wellsburg, N. Y., 

Revc. Eleanor, 84, Weeping Water, C: 

Neb., teacher. 
Rexford, Cora E.(Mrs.Snydei ,81.Letonia,Pa, 
Reynolds. Mrs. E. Q. mee Carrie M. Stevens), 

86. Fleetville, l'a. 
Rexford, Mrs. .1. I (nee Ada a. Baym 

Mansfield, l'a. 
Reynolds, Harry a.. B8, S 91, 147th street, 

Harvey, 111, 
Reynolds. Joshua X.. 87, Kmniitt. Idaho, 

Reynolds. Kate. M. D. (Mrs, Dr. Stewart Lo-- 

bingier). 70, Denver. Colo. 
Reynolds. Mary E., 98, South Gibson, Pa. 
Reynolds, Myra, 70, teacher University of 

Reynolds, waiter Guernsey. M 91, St. Paul, 

Minn., clerk 
Reynolds. Mrs. William (nee Mary D. Good- 

richi. 76, Elmira. x. Y. 
Ribble. Ella. 82, No. 585 Superior St., Toledo, 

Ribble, Emma (Mrs. William Barnes), i6, Xo. 

585 Superior St.. Toledo, Ohio. 
Rice, Jennie Louise, 92, Lambs Creek, Pa., 

Richards. Alfred J.. 88. Cherry Flats. Pa., 

Richards. Eva M., 95, Blossburg, Pa. .teacher. 
Richards, J. W.. 87. Bald Mount, Pa.,teacher, 
Richards, Mary R. (Mrs. John I.. Moran), 85, 

i ock Island. 111. 
Richmond. Colin Roy, 94. Elk Run, Pa„ 

Riebsam. Addie M„ 81, Wellsboro, Pa., 

Rifenburg. Mrs. F. M.mee Emma C.Vought), 

75. Rome. Pa. 
Rilev. Mrs. Stewart (nee Eva L. Ely), 80, 

* Springfield, Pa. 
Riplev, Adaline May (Mrs. Delbert C.Smith), 

98. Mainesburg, Pit. 
Ripley. Sara Eleanor. 93. Lamb's Creek, Pa., 


Rissell. Nellie A.. 89. Wiiliamsport, Pa„ 

Ritter. Charles T.. 91. Nauvoo, Pa., teacher. 
Ritter, Ella X.. 85, Liberty, l'a. 
Ritter. Margaret A., so. Nanvoo,Pa..teacher. 
Roberts, Ellen, 91. Plymouth, l'a.. teacher. 
Robbins. Ida. '.is. Mansfield, l'a.. teacher. 
Robbins, Olive. 95. Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Robinson. Ella V. (Mrs. A. G. F.staBrooki. 89, 

Mt. Alton, l'a. 
Robinson. Ina, 89, Strasburg, l'a.. teacher. 
Robinson, Jennie C. 85, Nicholson, Pa., 

Robinson. Mrs. John (nee Sadie V. Bailey), 

93. Wellsboro, Pa. 



Roblyer. Herbert. 77,WeHsboro, Pa., farmer. 
Rockwell. Mrs ('has S. (nee Lucy 31. Hol- 
lands;. Vs. Blossburg. Pa. 
Rockwell. Fiances L. (Mrs. Coly J. Beach). 

88. Mansfield, Pa. 
Rockwell, Mrs. Frank H. (nee Lucy B. 

Bailer). 88, Wellsboro. Pa. 
Rockwell. Nellie M. (Mrs. Chester Blanch- 

ard), 77, Farmington Hill. Pa. 
Rockwell. RoseS. (Mrs. Samuel F. Mclnroy), 

87. Middlebury. Pa. 
Rockwell. Teressa Holmes (Mrs. Dr. Herbert 

P. Haskhi). 92, Philadelphia. Pa. 
Roderick, Mrs. D. D. (nee Mary A. GrifflMi). 

83, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 
Roe. John C. 80, Keeneyville. Pa. 
Rogers. Ida M. (Mrs. Wo. Millmore). 83, 

Sitka. Alaska, missionary. 
Rogers. William Louis. SI, Harford, Pa.. 

Rolloson. Mrs. Metta D.. 93. Alba, Pa.. 

Rose, Emerson J.. G7. No. 1115 C. St., N. E.. 

Washington. D. C. 
Rose, Edith, (Mrs. Nelson Smith). 95. Malnes- 

burg. Pa- 
Rose, Jay W.. 90. No. 776 Elmwood Ave., 

Buffalo, N. Y.. clerk. 
Rose. Julia A.. 91. Mainesburg. Pa., teacher. 
Rosengrant, Emery Judson. 85, Mansfield, 

Pa., clergyman. 
Rosenkrans. Daniel H., 86. Fairdale, Pa., 

Rosenkrans. E. C. 88. Fairdale. Pa. 
Ross. Charles S., 76, Mansfield, Pa., banker. 
Ross. Mrs. Edward H. inee Mary E. Waldo). 

92. Mansfield. Pa. 
Rounds. Herman H. 91. Uniondale, Pa., 

teacher in Pleasant Mt. Academy, 
Rounds. Wellington, 93. Uniondale. Pa. 
Rowe, Ella E. (Mrs. A. S. Carver), 75, Breck- 
inridge. Texas 
Rumsey. Albert J., 77, Leona. Pa., farmer 

and teacher. 
Rumsev. Grace, M 94. Mainesburg. Pa. 
Rundail, Ed. A.. 80, Tioga. Pa., clerk. 
Russell, Flora May. 90, Mansrleld, Pa. .teacher 

S. N. S. 
Ryan. Stella M.. 88, Wellsboro. Pa., teacher. 
Ryon, David H, 78, Lawrenceville. Pa., far- 
Ryon, Wm. W., 74. Shamokin. Pa., lawyer. 
Sabin, Charles. 77, Elkland. Pa., teacher. 
Sackrider, Daniel A., 74. Randolph. N. Y.. 

Sampson. Anna Eliza. 91, Crooked Creek, 

I'M I t Ji l Pi 1 OV 

Samuel. John. 93, No. 03 Sheridan St. .Wilkes 

Barre, Pa., teacher. 
Samuel. Mrs. John (nee Mildred Smith), 93, 

Wilkes Barre. Pa. 
Sandbaeh. Emily M. (Mrs. Dr. Frederick L. 

Dolbeare), 89, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Sands. Mrs. Frank E.inee Edna M. Furrnaii), 

86, Scottdale, Pa. 
Sanford. Walton A., 86, Waverly, Pa., 

Satterlee, Mrs. D. L. (nee Franc Kemp). 80, 

Jackson. Tioga Co.. Pa. 

Satterlee, Esther Ennis. 73. Elmira. N. Y.. 

Saylor, Mrs. J. F. (nee- Lottie A. Dean), 78, 

Lincoln. Neb. 
Schmitt. Mrs. Carl (nee Mary Emma Cod- 

dingtoni. 90. N Main St.. Wilkes Barre. 

Schuster, Mrs. Joseph (nee Amy A. Davis). 

67. Mansfield, Pa. 
♦Scott, Lillian (Mrs. George Trim), 71. 
Scouten, Hattie B..88, Sylvania. Pa .teacher. 
Soouten, Jennie. 91, Sylvania, Pa., teacher. 
Scouten. John G., 76, Dushore. Pa, lawyer. 
Seamands, Mrs. E. G. (neeSusan R. Preston),- 

07. Wyoming. Del. 
Searles, Jennie B.. 88. Seeleyville, Pa.. 

teacher at L09 Angeles. Cal. 
Seelv. Lena Edna, 94. Nelson, Pa., teacher. 
Selby, George W.. 78, Utica, N. Y., architect. 
Selph, Frank D.. 82, Nelson. Pa., teacher. 
Shappee, William A.. M. D.. 71, No. 107 W. 

Main St., Xenla, Ohio. 
Shappee, Mrs. Dr. William A. (nee Hattie D. 

Close), 72. Xenla, Ohio. 
Sharp, Arthur B„ 92, Jenningsville, Pa.. 

student Lafayette College. 
Shattuck. Alfred J., 77, Wellsboro, Pa., 

Shaughnessy, Agnes, 88. Wilkes Barre, Pa., 

Shaw, Anna Louise, 91, Montrose. Pa., 

Shaw. Benjamin Franklin, 92,'Lamb's Creek, 

Pa., teacher. 
Shaw. Delos Whitman. 93, Farmington Hill, 

T*q t"Pf! (ii^PT* 

Shaw. Edith L. (Mrs. T. P. Jones), 88, Mont- 
rose, Pa., teacher. 
Shaw. Edward Porter, 93. Lamb's Creek, 

*Shaw. Eliza J. (Mrs. Julius M. Bates), 71. 

Shaw. Hlla L., 72. Mansfield. Pa., teacher. 

Shaw. F. Mabel, 96. Montrose. Pa., teacher. 

Shaw. James &.. 90. Blossburg. Pa., teacher. 

Shaw, John H. 89. S. 97, Mansfield, Pa., stu- 
dent S. N. S. 

Shaw. Llewellyn.91, Mansfield, Pa. .merchant. 

Shaw. Mary E. (Mrs. Cassell Eshleman) 88. 
Lancaster, Pa. 

Shaw. Nellie Leone, 94. Mansfield, Pa., 

Shay, Oscar D., M. D., 83, Montrose, Pa. 
iShea. Mary G., 90, No. 311 Pittston Ave., 

Scraiiton, Pa., teacher. 
Sheets, Ida Mae. 97. Fairdale, Pa., teacher. 
Sheffer. Maud E. (Mrs. Harry J. Wilcox-), so. 

Wellslioro. Pa. 
Sheive, Will G.. 79. Richland, N. J., teacher. 
Shelve, Mrs. Will G. inee Mettie Voorhees), 

83, Richland. N. J. 
Shelly. Richard, 93. Ransom. Pa., teacher. 
Shepard, Nana (Mrs. Gates Ayers). 91. Jobs 

Corners. Pa. 
Shepard. Nettie, 87. Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Sherer, Hannah (Mrs. Hannah S. Lusch), M. 

73. No. 507 Carlton Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Sherer, Mary, 70. South Montrose, Pa. 
Sherer Sarah A., 71, No. 564 Carlton Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 


r. Springfield, Pa., teacher. 
Agnes, 96, Covert. Pa. 

Sherman, EH s 
Sherman. EHle 

Sherman. Rosemond E., 98. Mansfield, Pa. 

Sherwood. Hugh M., 93, Mansfield, Pa., but 

veyor and law student. 
Sherwood. Minnie Elizabeth, 94, Washing 

ton, D. ('., teacher. 
Shipman, Mabel Rose. 98, Mansfield, Pa. 

Shove. Fannie H. (Mrs. F. E. Watrous). .5 

Wellsboro, Pa. 
•Shove. Sarah .). (Mrs. (.'. 11. Knoxi, 60. 
Shultz. John A., 87, Arnot. Pa., clerk. 
Sldman, Mrs. Arthur C. (nee Ella May 

Brooks), 90, lloniellsville. N. Y. 
Silvias. Gertrude Minerva. 94. No. 18 S. 
Wells St.. Wilkes Barre, Pa., teacher. 
Silvias. Lulu Ruth. 90, No. 18 S. Wells St.. 

Wilkes Banc. Pa., teacher. 
Simmons. Frank W.. 82, Salamanca, N. Y ., 

traveling auditor U. S. Leather Co. 
Simmons, Mrs. Rev F. P. (nee Ida L. Lowns- 

berry), 88, Almond. N. Y. 
Simmons.' John L., 81), Salamanca, N. \. 

Simmons. Julia A., 96, Mansfield. Pa. 

Simmons, Laura L. (Mrs. Myron L. Whit 

man), 76, Farmington Hill, Pa. 
Simrell. Carrie Agnes. 90, Wilkes Banc Pa. 

•Simrell, Eugene W„ 72. 
Skelton Fred *V.,95, Wellsboro, Pa. .teacher 
Slade. Byron P., 69, Whitesville. N. Y., drug 

•Smalley, Mrs.W R.(nee Helen 11. Loomisi.,1. 
Smilev. Mrs. J. Men (nee Cora A. Haighti. 

90, E. Canton. Pa. 
Smith. Augustus B.. M. D., 82. No. 51 East 

Diamond St.. Allegheny City, Pa 
Smith. Belie A.. 'Jo. Starrucca, Pa., teacher. 
Smith. Bertha Gertrude, 93, Liberty, Pa.. 

Smith. Burton E . 83, New Mtltord. Pa., 

teacher , ,. 

Smith, Mrs Delbert C. (nee Adahne May 

Kiplevi. 92, Mainesburg. Pa. 
smith. Carrie Mapel, 90, Pa.. 

Smith, Cora Belle, 00. M. 91, Btnghamton, 

Smith. Ella M. (Mrs. v. Fletcher), 87, Maines- 
burg, Pa. , 

s nith, Francis M., 71. S 74, Arcade Wyom- 
ing Co . N. v.. principal schools. 

Smith. Mrs. Francis M. (nee Florence A 
Keencyi. 78, Arcade. N. Y 

Smith. Gains K . SO. Mount Pleasant, Pa. 

Smith. Brace L., 91, Montrose. Pa., teacher 

Smith, Joseph N.. M. D.. 80, Wellsboro, Pa. 

Smith. Mrs. J. T. (nee Lucy Bunnell), 80 
Montrose. Pa. _ 

smith. Katnertne D, 88, Dunmore, Pa. 

Smith, Louis II.. 07. Shingle House. Pa. 

Smith. Lloyd B.. 96, Laceyville, Pa., teacher. 
Smith, Nelson J., 96, Mainesburg, Pa., 

. Smith. -Margaret G„ 92, No. 71 Loomis St.. 

Wilkes Barre. Pa., teacher. 
■ Smith, Melvin Eugene, M. 01. Syracuse, N. Y. 
Smith, Mildred (Mrs. John Samuel). 93, 

Wilkes Barre. Pa. 
Smith, Morton Hartman. M. P., 94. Mans- 
field. Pa. 
Smith. Mrs. Nelson (nee Edith Rose). 95, 
. I Mainesburg, Pa. 

Smith, K. Hello M. D. (Mrs. Dr. Charles A. 

Beach). 75. Waverly, N. Y. 
Smith, Samuel W., 71, Port Allegany, Pa., 

Smoulter. Elizabeth C. 88, Wilkes Barre, 

P'l t h (ic 1 1 •■* r 
Isnover, Stella (Mrs. Fred II. Pratt). 89, East 

Charleston. Pa. 
Snyder, Mrs. (nee Cora E. Rexford). 81, Lee- 

tonia, Pa. 
,Soper. Clinton Elbert. 94. Covington, Pa.. 

Soper, David M.. 90. Covington. Pa., teacher. 
, Soper, Elvviu. 69, Rutland, Pa., farmer. 
Soper. Merritt, 95, Mainesburg, Pa., student 

Syracuse University . 
Spaulding. Rose. 94. Chatham Valley. Pa. 
- Snear. William. 96, Wyoming. Pa., teacher. 
Spencer, Emma I).. 88. Eleven Mile, Pa.. 
,; teacher. 

Spencer .Elwin A.,74.Canoe Camp.Pa .miller. 
Spencer, Flora I. (Mrs. A. E. Bellows), 69, 

Frankt'ord. Mich. 
Spencer. Fred Fellows. 93, Mansfield, Pa., 

Spencer, Ina V. (Mrs Lewis K. Footei. 86, 

Annin Creek. Pa. 

Spencer, Louis .v.. 85, West Superior, Wis., 

Sperrv Eva E.. 84, Wellsboro, Pa., deputy 

Register and Recorder Tioga Co., and 

Spoor, Mrs. William (nee Eva Peck), 72, Os- 

Sorague, Mrs. W. L. (nee Alice A.Everett), 

"M 78, Buffalo. N. Y. 
Spun- >lrs. ii. D. (nee F'annie J. Voorhees). 

08, Puvallup, Wash. 
Squier. Etta (Mrs. Frank F. James), 88, Ely, 

Souier, Violetta, 88. Niven, Pa., teacher. 
Squires, Arthur William, 94, Sullivan, Pa., 

Stair, Albert E , 95, Aldeu Station, Pa., 

Stalford, Florence May. 96, Wyalusing. Pa., 

Stapleton, Daniel P.. 79, Lewisburg, Pa., 

principal of schools. 
.Stark, John Gerry, 87. Ithaca, Neb., casnier 

Ithaca state Bank. 
Stark. Oscar David, 88, East Lemon, Pa., 

Starkey Emma L. (Mrs. A. Waldo Lugg), 86, 

Knoxville, Pa. 
Starkey, Foster II,. 8l (Grad.Harvard), Mans- 

tield.Pa., teacher. 




Starner, Ohas. J.. 81, Lindley. N. Y.. teacher. Story. Mrs. Frank (nee Mary J. Briggs). 66 
starner. Herbert R.. 81. Ulysses Pa., station -trait. Edith M. (Mrs. Thomas 1) Farrer) 8 

agent. Pearl. Idaho. 

Stearns. Minnie Aldrith, %. Harford. Pa., strait. George Bennett 87, Knoxville, Pa., 

teacher. principal public schools, 

stearnes. Geo. A., 88, Harford. Pa., teacher. Stratton, Jennie M. (Mrs. William C. lown- 
Steere. Charles. 67, No. 27 School St.. Boston. send). 88, Hornellsvllle, N. V. 

Mass. lawyer. Strauss. Carrie Elizabeth, 90, Sayre, Pa., 

Sullender, Grace Atmore, 97. Elkdale. Pa.. teacher. 

teacher. Strauss. Mrs. s. (nee Minnie Weiss), 83, 

Steigerwat, William F., 58, Carron, Iowa. Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

surveyor and farmer Strickland, John J., 88, Sprlngville, Pa., 

Stegmaler, Mrs. George (nee Maine (i. Cos- teacher. 

telloi 86 Wilkes Barre, Pa. IStringfellow, Mrs. ,1. W. (nee Mary I Gil- 

Stephens. Clara A. (Mrs. Benjamin Black), letti. 68, Keewaydin. Pa. 

63. Idaho Springs. Colo _ Strong, Harriette Louise. 94, Springfield, 

Stephens. William M , 76, Williamsport. l'a.. Pa., teacher. 

lawyer. istrong, Phoebe (Mrs. B. F. Hyatt). M. 91, No. 

Stevens. Alden J., 89, Nicholson, Pa., drug 1405 Main St., Peekskill N Y 

clerk. Stall, Emmett W.. 88, Elkland. Pa 

Stevens. Alice Margarite (Mrs. Ray Ecker- *Stull. Nancy M, 74. 

son), 90. Syracuse, N. Y". Sucese, Julia Augusta. A. 94, Troy Pa 

Stevens. Arthur J., 78, No. 420 S. Main St., Sumner, O. E„ 95, Mardlu, Pa„ teacher 

Los Angeles, Cal.. dentist. Swan. David Z„ 83, WeUsboro, Pa book 

Stevens, Carrie, 88, Binghamton, N. Y.. keeper First National Bank. 

teacher. Sweazey, V. E., 95, Sabinsville. Pa„ teacher 

Stephens, Carrie M. (Mrs.K. G. Reynolds). 86. Sweeney, P. ■).. 97, Oswayo, Pa., teacher 

Fleetville. Pa 'Sweet. Frances |{. si). 

Stevens. Claud E., 96. Nelson. Pa., teacher. *Tabor. Mrs. Harris (nee Stella Young), 67 
Stevens, Cora Marion. 95, Nicholson. Pa.. Tabor. Mrs. Harris mee H. Jean Johnson) 

teacher. s. 82, Elmira, N. Y. 

Stevens. Dora I.. (Mrs. A. W. Levisee). 77, Tate, John H„ 68, Smethport, Pa. 

Lemon, l'a. Taylor. Inez.!):. South Auburn. Pa., teacher. 

Stevens, Grace Matilda, A. 94. Hammond. Pa. I Taylor Jasper C, 81, Bcranton. Pa., Supt. 
Stevens. Jeanette Eunice, 94, Coudersport, schools of Lackawanna county 

Pa., teacher. Taylor, L. B. 95, Stony Fork. Pa., teacher 

Stevens Mollle T., 93, Coudersport, Pa., Taylor, T. Herbert. 86, Addison. N. y 

teacher. agent. 

Stevens. Mrs mee Emma Hayden), 81, Elm-Tears. Alice E. (Mrs. George G. Beardslevi 

hurst. Pa. 80, Troy, Pa. 

Stevens. Mrs. P. A. mee Ellen R. Doane), 69, Tebo. Levi D., M. 1).. 68. No. 163 Farnsworth 

Minneapolis, Minn. Ave.. Bordentown. N. J. 

Stevenson. .Mrs. A. W. (nee Kate Barden), 84,Terry. Nathan Lacey, 89. Towanda, Pa. 

Manstleld, Pa. Tewksbury, A. L., 75, Harriman, Tenn., ste- 

Steveuson, Robert Kerr. 93. Morris Run. Pa.,; nographer. 

student State College, Pa. Tewksbury, Irving E.. 96. Brooklyn, Pa 

Stewart, John Q„ St. C. E. s.-). Harrlsburg. teacher. 

Pa., Deputy Supt. Public Instruction. Thomas. .Mrs C. M. (nee Carrie V. Billings) 
Sticknev Jessie F.. 82. Hornellsville. N. Y. 86. Starkville Pa 

Stiles. Milton D.. 09. Elmira. N. Y.. traveling Thomas, Edith. 90. 

salesman. Thomas. Elizabeth, 90, No. 320 Market St., 

Stllwell, Jessie Selina, 93. Trowbridge, l'a.. Wilkes Barre. l'a.. teacher. 

teacher. Thomas. George M„ 94, No. 350 Hazle Ave, 

Stoddard. Ida M. (Mrs. C. L. Peck). 71. Coud- Wilkes Barre. Pa. 

ersport, Pa. Thomas, Grace Vernon. 92. Adrian, Mich. 

Stone. Daniel A. 81. No. 710 South Main Ave.. Thomas. Helen B..88. Adrian. Mich., student 

Scranton, Pa., teacher. Thomas, Jennie E„ 86, M. 86, S. 88, Adrian, 

Stone. Lottie A., 81, Berchardville. Pa . Mich., teacher. 

teacher. Thomas. Lester. 96. Nelson, Pa., teacher. 

Stone. Mv-rtle Jeanette. 91. M. 91. teacher Thompson. Christine, 97. Houtzdale, Pa., 

music s. N s.. Mansfield, l'a. teacher. 

•Stone, Norman C; 80. 'Thome. May M.. 84, Horseheads, N. Y. 

Stone. William A.. 68. No. 110 Diamond St.. 1 teacher. 

Pittsburg, Pa., lawyer and member of Tiffany, Clara Louise. 96, R N 97, Nicholson 

congress. Pa., students N S. 

Storer, Nellie May. 96. Lanesboro, Pa.. Tiffany, J. Louise. 93. 

teacher. Tiffany. Nellie J.. 90, Brooklyn, l'a.. teacher. 

Storms, Alice Bennett, 9», Big Flats, N. Y.. Tinkham, Brush Fenton. 90, Waverly, Pa , 

teacher. I lawyer. 


Tlngley. Ida May, 98, Harford. Pa., teacher. 

Tlngley, R. May, 86. New Milford, Pa. 

Tobey, Lula May. 95. Millerton. Pa., teacher. 

Toye. John J . 93, Pittston, Pa., teacher. 

Townsend, Mrs. William C. (nee Jennie M. 
Stratton), 88, Hornellsville, N. Y. 

Tracey, Cora Adelaide. 90. Westfleld, Pa., 

•Tracey, Eloulse, 68. 

♦Tracey, Helena Lois, 90. 

Tracey, JudahD.. 76, Wetona. Pa., merchant. 

Treat, Alice (Mrs Jud A. Butler), 91, Osce- 
ola. Pa. 

Treible. Robert B.. 85, No. 69 S. Grand St., 
Wilkes Barre, Pa., teacher. 

Treible, Mrs. Robt. B. (nee Carrie Guard). 8.'), 
No. 59 s. Grand St., Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

•Trim. Mrs George S. (nee Lillian Scott), 71. 

Trim. Mrs. Geerge S. (nee Cora L. Close). 
78, Westfleld, Pa. 

Trowbridge, Emma A., 96, Hector, Pa., 

Trowbridge, Georgiana fMrs. C. W. Fergu- 
son). 85, No. 526 Gray St., Elmira, N. Y. 

Turrell. Marlon ('.. 82, Drums, Pa., teacher. 

Twitmyer. George Wells. St C S. 90. Hones- 
dale, Pa., principal public schools. 

Updyke, Austin Hiel. 94. R. N. 97, Jackson 
Summit. Pa., student S. N. S. 

Updyke, Fannie Bell. 94. Jackson Summit. 
Pa., teacher. 

Updyke, Harriet Elouise (Mrs. Frank A. 
Coleman), 88. Sheffield, Pa. 

Upham. Caroline. 94, Neath, Pa., teacher. 

Vail, Anna Gertrude. 96, Jermyn, Pa- 

Vail. Mrs. C. S. (nee Eunice L. Palmer), 79, 
New Milford, Pa. 

Vail, Frances Grace, 92. Jermyn, Pa., 

Valentine. Jennie M. (Mrs. Nelsen Hayes), 
84.Xo. 156 McLean St-Wilkes Barre.Pa. 

Valentine. William Orson, 84. Supt. Normal 
Dept. Rangoon Baptist College, Ran- 
goon. Burma. 

VanAman, Tillie (Mrs J. C. Campbell), 87. 
Wilkes Barre, Pa, 

VanDusen. Mrs. F. (nee Delia Hall). 85. 

VanGorder. Franklin. 91. Tunkhannock, Pa.. 

VanKeuren. Mrs. F. E. (nee Kate E. Van 
Ness), 81, Mansfield, Pa. 

VanNauker. George N., 83, White Haven. 
Pa., publisher 

VanNess, Kate E. (Mrs. F. E. VanKeuren). 
81, Mansfield, Pa. 

•VanNess, Minnie, 87. 

VanNess, Susie, 90, Mansfield. Pa., teacher. 

VanNort. Charles Franklin, Jr., 98, No. 436 
Adams Ave., Scranton, Pa., teacher. 

Van Valkenburg, Helen, 97, Wellsboro, Pa- 

Vermilyea, Adelbert R.. (16. No. 4.556 Lake 
Ave., Chicago. 111., salesman. 

•Vermilyea, William H„ 69. 

Vincent. Rose B , M. 71, Wysox, Pa., teacher 
in Buffalo, N. Y. 

Voorhees. Amanda (Mrs. Elwood Clark). 85, 
toot E, 128th St., New York City, 

Voorhees, Fannie J. (Mrs. G. D. Spurr), 68, 

Puyallup. Wash. 
Voorhees, Grants. ,99, Daggett, Pa. 
Voorhees, Lee A.. 97. Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Voorhees. Mettle (Mrs. William G. Shieve), 

83, Richland, N. J. 
Voorhees. Pearl K„ 93, Newark, N.J. .teacher. 
Voorhees, Hose (Mrs. John Millsi, M. 73, Min- 
neapolis. Minn. 
Voorhees, Shepard. M. D., 81, Newark. N. J. 
Vought, Emma C. (Mrs. F. M. Rifenburg), 75, 

Rome. Pa. 
Walbridge. George Barnes. 93. Stony Forks, 

Pa., student Lafayette College. 
Waldo. Mary E. (Mrs. Edward H. Ross), 92, 

Mansfield, Pa. 
Waldo. Stella. M. 74. No. 81 5th Ave., New- 
York Citv, teacher vocal music. 
Walker. Bertha May. 91, (Mrs. Frank Kel- 

ley. Corning. N. Y. 
Walker. Huston F.,86.Blossburg,Pa.,teacher. 
Waller, Nellie A. (Mrs. Jehu Walter), 85, No. 

349 N. 8th St., Lebanon. Pa. 
Walraven, Mrs. Dr. W. L. (nee Helen L. 

Gregory), 89. costello. Pa. 
Walsh, Margaret. 87, Wilkes Barre. Pa., 

Walsh. Mary. 93 No. 246 Railroad Avenue, 

Scranton, Pa., teacher. 
Walter. Mary E., 97, Tunkhannock, Pa., 

Walter. Mrs. John (nee Nellie A. Waller), 85, 

No. 349 8th St.. Lebanon. Pa. 
Walters. Kate. M 78, Mansfield, Pa. 
Wandall, Fred J.,96,Mehoopany .Pa. .teacher. 
♦Warner. Emma L. (Mrs. F. H. Whitaker),71 
Warner. Eva Louise (Mrs. W. D. Lumbard), 

M 92, Syracuse. N Y. 
Warner. Grace Edith. 92, Jacksonville, N.Y., 

Warren, Gertrude, 83, Nelson. Pa., teacher. 
Warren. Jennie L. (Mrs. John Uunyen). 90, 

Canton, Pa. 
Warriner, Mrs. Rev. E. A. (nee Jessie E. 

Bolles), 79, Montrose. Pa. 
Washburn. Nellie Mae, 94, Wellsboro. Pa- 
Watkins, Arthur A.. 97. Arnot. Pa., teacher. 
Watrous. Louise E.. 97, Montrose, Pa., 

Watrous. Mrs. F. E. (nee Fannie H. Shove), 

75, Wellsboro, Pa. 
Watson. FannieC. 90,Mansfleld.Pa.,teacher. 
•Watson, Mrs. W. T. (nee Anna Edwards),87. 
Watts, Grace Delplune, 90, East Cantou.Pa., 

Watts, James G.. 80, Omaha, Neb., lawyer. 
Watts. Mary Louise, 93, East Canton. Pa- 
Watts. Rena (Mrs. Charles McDowell), 91, 

Mansfield, Pa. 
* Weaver, Alice E. (Mrs. H. C. Freck), M 73. 
Webb. Mrs. L. W. (nee Lucy M. Knapp), 07, 

Wellsboro. Pa, 
Webb, Mrs. Watt (uee Frances R. Wylie). 73, 

No. 723Tro08t Ave.. Kansas City, Mo. 
Webster, Emma, 81, Windfall, Pa., teacher. 
Webster. Eugene E„ M. D., 74. Hornellsville, 

N. Y. 


Webster, E. W.. 88. Xenia. 111., jeweler. Whipple. Lucy J. (Mrs. Joseph C. Barnes), 

Webster, Hobart. 82, Elizabeth, N. J., super- 72, Mansfield. Pa. 

visor of penmanship. Whippy. Katherine. 97, Watkins, N. Y., 

Webster, Jennie (Mrs. J. A. Hite), 81, Lincoln, teacher. 

Neb. White. Burton ('.. 78,Miles City, Mont., Supt. 

Webster, J. G., 87, Grand Forks, N. D. book Montana State Reformatory, lawyer 

keeper and stenographer. and sheep rancher. 

Webster, Milburn O.. 73,Auburn. Pa. .farmer. White. Cora M . 84, Whitesville, N, Y. 
Webster, o. A.. 80. Grand Forks, N. D., in- White, Olin. 92. Mansfield. Pa., teacher. 

surance and loan broker. Whiting. Ann s . 78, Midway. O.. teacher. 

Webster. Orpha E., (iT. East Smithfleld. Pa.. Whitman. Myron L.. 75, Farmington Hill, 

teacher. Pa., fai aer 

Webster, Stella (Mrs. Geo. Ludlumi, 91, Whitman. Mrs. Myron L. (nee Laura L. 

Crooked Creek, Pa. Simmons, 76. Farmington Hill, Pa. 

Webster. Sylvester J. .M.Morris. Pa. .teacher. *Whittaker, Mrs. F. H. (nee Emma L. War- 
Weed. Alice T. (Mrs. George Barnes), 68, ner). 71. 

Trout Run. Pa. Wicks. Marvella, 96, Mansfield, Pa., 

Weeks, Abbie E.. 88, Elkland. Pa., teacher. teacher. 

Weeks, Sherman A., 85. Elkland, Pa., book- Wiggins, Carrie E. (Mrs. C. E. Lockwood), 80, 


Weiss, George L.. 79. Eokley. Pa. 
Weiss, Minnie (Mrs. S. Strauss), 8a. Wilkes 

Barre. Pa. 
•Welch. Alice M.. 70. 
Welch. Berth M. (Mrs, Klinger), 91, Philadel- 

phia. Pa 
Weldy, Burton E.. 92. 

Welding, R. Orlando, 


Ridgwav, Pa. 
Wilcox, Adda Ethelyn, 94, Stony Fork, Pa., 

♦Wilcox, Daniel L., 76. 
Wilcox, Mrs. Harrv J. (nee Maud E. Sheffer), 

89, Wellsboro, Pa 

•Wilcox, Henry T„ M. D.. 7(5. 
Madisonville, Pa.. Wilcox. Naomi S. (Mrs. M. ('. Preston). 75, 

Canton, Pa. 
97, Germania, Pa., Wilcox. Viola. 87, Honesdale. Pa., teacher. 
Williammee. John T., 93, Hoytville, Pa. 

Welliver. Earl. 89. Elmira, N. Y., clerk. Williammee. Orson. 75, Hoytville, Pa. .farmer. 

Welliver. >.yrtle L. (Mrs. Frank H. Bailey), Williams. Mrs. Adolph X. (nee Emily M. Pat- 

89. Elmira, N. Y. tison), 75. Stockholm, Sweden. 

Wells, C. Sumner. 80. Trenton, N. .1.. whole- Williams. Anna I). (Mrs. W. J. Evans), 8ft, 

sale produce. No. 145'i S. River St.. Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Wells, Emily H.. M. D., 70. No 92 CnenangoiWilllanis, Anna M. (Mrs. George Heibecki, 

St.. Binghamton, N. Y. 91, strasburg, Pa. 

Wells, Ernest L.. 87, Oswayo, Pa , mer-iWilliams.BerthaG.89.Sprmgville,Pa.. teacher 

chant. Williams, Bessie, 91, No 200 High School St., 

Wells, Mrs. Ernest L. (nee Addie C. Neefe), Scranton. Pa., teacher. 

87, Oswayo, Pa. Williams, Mrs. D. W. (nee Lillie Knowlton), 

Wells, E. Ruth. M. »(i. South Montrose, Pa., so. Denver. Colo. 

teacher. {Williams. Gertrude, 92, No. 200 High street, 

Wells, Myrtle, 87, Oswayo, Pa. Scranton, Pa., teacher. 

Wells, Walter, 87, Coudersport, Pa., lawyer. Williams. Mattie c, 88, Nicholson, Pa.. teacher 
Wells. William O., 80, Trenton, N. J., whole- Williams, Minnie A., fl7, Corning, X. Y.. 

sale produce. teacher. 

Werliue, Mrs. B. F. (nee Sarah Morrison), Williams. Myra Lee (Mrs. T. W. Judge), 88, 

71, Liberty. Pa. Mansfield. Pa. 

Werline, Marion M.. 91. Liberty. Pa .teacher. Williams. Mrs. Theo.F. (nee Emma C.Hayes), 
Westbrook, Alta L„ 86, Tioga. Pa., teacher.! 73. Mansfield. Pa. 

Wetmore, Isabel D. (Mrs. Fred. Lovelessi.fto, Williams. Rube. 95. Coming, N. Y., teacher. 

Corning. N. Y Wilson. Agnes W., 97, Corry. Pa., teacher. 

Wetmore, William J., 88, Harrisburg. Pa., Wilson, Bessie Gordon, 96, Corry, Pa., 

book keeper. teacher. 

Wheeler, Benj. Clark. 71, Aspin. Pitkin Co.. Wilson. Edgar Stephen, 90, Mansfield, Pa., 

Colo., lawyer and journalist. laundrvman. 

•Wheeler. Mrs. Benj. C. (nee Carrie A- Wilson, Mary A.. 97. Osceola. Pa., teacher. 

Bailey). 72. Wilson, William Caldwell, 93, Blossburg,Pa., 

Wheeler, Ellanor, 81. Pleasant Mount Pa., 

1~P'l O [IP'* 

Whipple, Mrs. A. M. (nee Cora B. Durand). 

85, Laceyville. Pa. 
Whipple, Mrs C. B. (nee Blarlon L. Laceyi. Winslow, Mae v.. 

86, No. Ill Putnam Ave.. Brooklyn, N.Y.J teacher. 
Whipple, Cullen H., M. D., 78, New Portage, Wood. Dann L., 91 (Grad. Union), Mansfield, 

Ohio. Pa. 

Whipple, Kate H., M. D. (Mrs Nelson H.Wood, Galen, 78, Butte City, Montana, cier- 
Cory), 68, Akron, O, I gyman. 


Wilson. Olive. 95. Norwich, N. Y., teacher. 
Winans, Clara, 91, South Auburn, Pa., 


)7. Spring Hill, Pa., 


Wood, Harvey D., R4, Arnot. Pa., fanner. 
Wood, Mrs. Harvey D. (nee Jennie E. ('alien 

der),84. Arnot, Pa. 
Wood, John Harrison, 90, New Mil ford. Pa 
Wood. Libbie E. (Mrs. Samuel H. Barrett) 

,S(i. Hiram. Ohio. 
Wood, Mrs. Fred, (nee Ella M. Youmans), 92 

Westrteld. Pa. 
Woodbury. Charles M., 88. Knoxville, Pa. 

Woodbury. Mrs. Chas. M..83, Knoxville, Pa 
Woodbury, Edgar E., 84, Knoxville, Pa.. 

Woodford, Mrs. (nee Fannie L. Mattison), 83. 

Tunesassa, N. Y. 
Woodruff, Arthur E., 84, LeRaysville, Pa.. 

Woodruff. Clara Elmina,93,LeRaysville, Pa.. 

Woodruff, Clarence S., S 82- (Grad. Y'ale), 

Scranton. Pa., lawyer. 
♦Woodruff, Mrs. Clarence S. (nee Susie M. 

Bullock). T9 
Woodruff, Dora N. (Mrs. O. D. Goodrich). 74, 

Elmira, N. Y. 
♦Woodruff, Sarah A., (id. 

Woodruff, Geo. W., 83 (Grad. Yale), No. 
3607 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa., law- 
yer and instructor of athletics, Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania. 

Worden, Maud Alma, 91, Ulysses, Pa., 

Wright, Frances M.. M. D.(Mrs. Dr. Matthew 
B. Gaulti, 07, Markleton, Somerset Co., 

Wright. May E. (Mrs. Orange P. Barnes), 81, 
Leavenworth, Kan. 

Wright. Samuel Seward. 74, Montrose, Pa., 
Register and Recorder. 

Wylie. Elizabeth (Mrs. Jay H. Clark), 85, No. 
1433 Market St., Har'risburg. Pa. 

Wylie. Frances R. (Mrs. Watt Webb). 73, No. 
723 Troost Ave.. Kansas City, Mo. 

Wylie, Janet. 88, Sugar Notch, Pa., teacher. 

Youmans, Ella M. (Mrs. Fred Wood), 93, 
Westfteld, Pa. 

Youmans. Levi A. ,70.Gillett,Pa., telegrapher 
and station agent. 

Young, Ezra B.. 08, Wellsboro, Pa., lawyer. 

♦Young, Stella (Mrs. Harris Tabor), 07. 

Young, Jennie Mitchell, 90, Avoca, Pa., 

Summary of Alumni, 

State Certificates-Scientific Course 

State Certificates— Elementary Course 2 

Normal Certificates— Scientific Course 28 

Normal Certificates— Regular Normal Course 3 

Normal Certificates— Elementary Course ' 1462 

Music 50 

Art 6 

Total 1557 


Members of the Alumni are urgently requested to notify me of any error in name, 
address or occupation, as given in this catalogue, of changes of address or occupation, 
and of deaths among the Alumni, that the same may appear correctly in the next 

Notice of the marriage of the ladies of the Alumni is also desired, with the full 
name of the husband. JOS. S. HOARD, 

Secretary Record Committee, 
Mansfield, Pa. 

Programme of Classes for the Year 1897-98. 

Fall Term. 


8.00 9.00 j 9.45 ' 10.30 11.15 1 1.15 | 2.00 2.45 


tory and 

Arith'tcJAritlKblJAlg (b) Arith (a)!Ge'g(b)JGram(c) 
(c) Draw(b)Draw(b) Physiol Drw (b) Spelling 

AlgebralLatin(b) Hist (b) Gym Gym , Writing 
(c)| : Gym 

Gram(b)Alg (a) 
Re'ding Geog (a) 


















German Gener'l 


Scientific. Caesar Logic 

Adv'ncd'Virgil Higher Zool X 
German; Algebra GeolX 

German Gener'l 
i Hist'ry 

Winter Term. 

Periods 8.00 



tory and 

Arith (c) ' Arith (b) Alg (b) Arith (a) Ge"g(l>) Gramfc) Gram(b) Alg (a) Method 
Alg (c) Draw(b),Histy(b) Draw(a),Gym Spelling Latin(b)|Gram(a) Gym 
His (a)X Latin(b) Gym Physiol Writing 'Reading, Geog (a) 
Civics % |Gym [Gym 


Methods Physics English 
■ Lit 

Geom(b) Caesar 
Gym jGym 

Physics English Caesar Gym 
■ Lit Gym 















Spring Term. 


8.00 9.00 | 9.45 1 10.30 1 11.15 


2.00 i 2.45 


tory and 


Arith (b) 

Arith (a) 

Arith (a) 1 Alg (a) 
Ilistry. 1 .. Ge'g(a) 
Civics y.. Gym 
Latin (a) 


Latin (a) 

Alg (a) 










Geom(a) English 

Gym Caesar 






Cicero I Homer 
Latin 'Greek 
Compos Compos 

Advnc'd Virgil JGr'ek(a) 

German Anci'nt, 









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